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A 10-kg duffle bag is undergoing a vertical acceleration of 0.65 m/s2 (positive for up, negative for down), while its owner is holding it with an upward force. What is the magnitude of this force?

  1. bobpursley

    force= mg+ma

  2. George

    12.2

  3. RobWeavle

    9.38

  4. Jon K

    it's 10.05

  5. martin

    =4.26

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