# science

A 2.00 kg object is subjected to three forces that give acceleration ( ) ( )j sms ima rrr 22 /6/8 += − . If two of the three forces are ( ) ( )j NN iF rrr 16.030.01 += and ( ) ( )j NN iF rrr 8.012.02 += − , find the third force.

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