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a body of weight 10 n is kept on a smooth horizontal table.what is the force exerted on the table by the body

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  1. Gravity acts on bodies of mass m with a force of mg equal to its weight.

    g is the acceleration due to gravity.

    The given weight is 10N, so gravity is already included, and the net force acting on the table is 10N.

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