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A certain force F1 gives an object an acceleration of

6⋅10

6

m

s

2


. Another force F2 gives the same object an acceleration of 15⋅10

6

m

s

2


. What is the acceleration of the object if (a) the two forces act together on the object in the same direction; (b) the two forces act in opposite directions on the object; (c) the two forces act on the object at 90°to each other?

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a) a R = 2 1 1 0 6 m / s 2 b) a R = 9 1 0... View the full answer

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