The force acting on an object varies directly with its acceleration. A force of

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Jun 16th, 2015

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According to Newton's second Law of motion : Rate of change of momentum is force

hence ,

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Jun 17th, 2015

Thank you! I am sorry! My question did not fit all in the box, this is the full question, 

The force acting on an object varies directly with its acceleration.  A force of 25

   newtons accelerates an object at 1.25 m/s.  What is the acceleration of a 35

  newton force?... Do you mind helping with this?

Jun 17th, 2015

F1/F2 = a1/a2

where F1 = 25, a1 = 1.25m/s^2 (it should be m/s^2)

F2 = 35  & a2 = ?

a2 = a1 * f2/f1 = 1.25 * 35/25 =1.75  m/sec^2  (Answer)

Jun 17th, 2015

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Jun 20th, 2015

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