Newton' law of motion

A resultant force of 50N pulls a body of mass 10kg along a smooth horizontal surface. Calculate the acceleration with which the body is moved

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  1. Force = mass x acceleration

    50N=10kg x a

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  2. 5m/s2

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  3. newton first law of motion

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