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Under what condition can a moving object be in a state of equilibrium?


If you double the net force on an object and keep the mass constant, how will its acceleration be affected?

What will happen to the acceleration if the mass of an object is tripled but the force is kept the same?

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    Constant velocity

    a = 2F/m so double

    a = F/3m so 1/3

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