Under the action of a constant force an object accelerates at 7.6 m/s^2. What will the acceleration be if (a) The force is halved ?

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Hi, Kimm,

Assuming the mass is constant (safe assumption), if the force is halved, the acceleration would be halved.  So, the force would be:

7.6/2 = 3.8 m/s^2

Good luck, Kimm.  I hope this helps.

Till Then,

Steve

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