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Ok, your suppose to make a rule and I don't know what the answer is.. ok, the question is : If an object weighs x newtons, how much force is needed to lift it up?

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    > x newtons?

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    yes that's wht it said

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    Your supposed to make up a rule that will work everytime i think
    So what is the rule??

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