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What net force is needed to acclerate a 10kg objec by 3m/s2?
Given: m=10kg: 3m/s2

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    Ever heard of

    F = m a ?

    It's called Newton's second law.

    In your case, F = 30 Newtons

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    what is accelerate 2500 kg truck and rate of 3m/s2

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