# SCIENCE CALCULATIONS

A moving object with a mass of 20 kg increases its' acceleration. According to Newton's Second Law, how can an object with the same mass increase its' acceleration?

By increasing the amount of friction on the object.

By decreasing the net force exerted on the object

By increasing the net force exerted on the object

By increasing the amount of inertia the object has

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1. F = m a

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