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Sue and Sean are having a tug of war by pulling on opposite ends of a 1.43 kg rope. Sue pulls with a 46.47 N force. What is Sean's force if the rope accelerates toward Sue at 4.92 m/s2

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  1. Fn = F1-F2 = ma,
    F1-46.47 = 1.43 * 4.92,
    Solve for F1, Sean's force.

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  2. 53.5N

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