An object has a mass of 75 kg and an acceleration of 15 m/s. what force is applied to that object

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An object has a mass of 75 kg and an acceleration of 15 m/s. what force is applied to that object

1125 N

Explanation:

An object has a mass of 75 kg,

and an acceleration of 15m/s²

According to Newton's second law of motion, F = MA (where 'f' is the applied force, 'm' is the mass of the object and 'a' is the acceleration of the object)

Applied force (F) = 75 kg × 15 m/s² = 1125N

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