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A 11.0 kg box is resting on a horizontal table. The box is pulled directly upward by a 33.0 N force. Calculate the magnitude of the normal force being exerted on the box by the table.

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  1. Assume on earth
    weight = 11*9.81 = 108 N
    108 - 33 = 75 N

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