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Q 15.

Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach with Modern Physics
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Figure shows an object’s acceleration-versus-force graph. What is the object’s mass?

mass of object is 25 kg

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Step 1.Given Information

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.

Step 2 

Newton second law state that force is directly proportional to acceleration.

Step 3 

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

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