Figure shows an object’s acceleration-versus-force graph. What is the object’s mass?
mass of object is 25 kg
here given the graph of object’s which is acceleration-versus-force graph and then from that find out the object’s mass. for that use the Newton`s second law.
Newton second law state that force is directly proportional to acceleration.
here use the concept of slop to consider the value of force and acceleration
from slope the force is 50 N and acceleration is 2 m/s2
substitute force and acceleration value in equation (1)
Therefor, mass of the object is 25 kg
A constant force applied to A causes A to accelerate at . The same force applied to B causes an acceleration of . Applied to C, it causes an acceleration of .
a. Which object has the largest mass? Explain.
b. Which object has the smallest mass?
c. What is the ratio of the mass of A to the mass of B?
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