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Using Newtons second law of motion if the force on an object is 20N, and its mass is 5g, what is it's acceleration?

A=F/M
A=20N/5g

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You need mass in kg

acceleration in m/s^2 is force in newtons, divided by mass in kilograms.

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Would it be
20N=20kgm?s^2/5g=4m/s^2

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a = F/m =20/0.005 = 4000 m/s^2

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Celcius

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