What is the acceleration of a 25-kg block of cement when pulled sideways with a net force of 125 N?
You use the equation Force= mass x acceleration.
125 N= 25 kg x acceleration.
Since a N= newton is kg x m / s/s, the units are okay as is.
Therefore, acceleration = 125N/ 25 kg = 5 m/s/s.
The answer is 5 m/s/s.
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