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A person fishing hooks a 3.0-kg fish on a line that can only sustain a maximum of 35 N of force before breaking. At one point while reeling in the bass, it fights back with a force of 45 N. What is the minimum acceleration with which you must play out the line during this time in order to keep the line from breaking?

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