A force is applied to a 1.4 kg mass and pro- duces 2.5 m/s2 acceleration.
What acceleration would be produced by the same force applied to a 12.2 kg mass?
Answer in units of m/s2.

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  1. F = m a = 1.4*2.5 Newtons

    a = F/m = 1.4*2.5 / 12.2 m/s^2

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