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What is the net force acting on a 25-N freely falling object? What is the net force when the object encounters 15N of air resistance? When it falls fast enough to encounter 25N of air resistance?

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    F_net values are:
    a) M*g = 25 N
    b) M*g -15 N = 10 N
    c) 25 - 25 = 0

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