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A body of mass 10 kg is moving over a smooth surface, whose equation of motion is given by the relation. s = 5t + 2t² where (s) is in metres and (t) in seconds. Find the magnitude of force responsible for the motion. ? Step by step

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  1. a = s" = 4

    F = ma

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