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Which of the following would have the greatest force? an object with low mass accelerating slowly
an object with low mass accelerating quickly
an object with high mass accelerating quickly<---
an object with high mass accelerating slowly

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  1. the force you would need to accelerate an object with high mass quickly is the biggest one.

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