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Calulate the force needed to accelerate a 2,300 kg mass at 5.5m/s/s acceleration.

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Have you tried Newton's old reliable #2?
F = m a

m = mass, kg
a = acceleration, m/s^2
F = Force, newtons

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Find the force needed accelerate a 3 kg object at 4m.s

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