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Calculate the resultant force acting on body of mass 10kg moving with uniform velocity of 2 meter per second

asked by Aashiq
  1. F=ma
    F=10kg*2m/s^2=20Newtons

    posted by bobpursley
  2. uniform velocity (no acceleration) , means no force

    posted by scott
  3. Scott is correct, and he should have added, dont respond to physics questions at 4am.

    posted by bobpursley
  4. here, here

    posted by scott

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