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You push your backpack, mass 2.8 kg across the desk with a force of 49.3 N. Calculate the acceleration of the backpack. Neglect friction forces and give your answer to 3 significant figures.

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F=ma..Neglect frictional 4ces....a=49.3/2.8

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