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    F = MA

    F = Force (measured in Newton's)
    M = Mass (measured in Kilograms)
    A = Acceleration (measured in Meters per second per second) (m/s^2)

    What is the answer?

    1. F= _________ where; M = 100Kg and A = 5 m/s^2
    F = MxA
    F = ___________X ________ = ______________

    2. F= _________ where; M = 10Kg and A = 50 m/s^2
    F = ___________X ________ = ______________
    F= MxA

    Explain what happened to the force (F) by filling in the blanks and explaining how you get the numbers.

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    Solution Preview

    When solving algebra equations...

    Force = mass X acceleration. Or F = MA.

    All you need to do is plug in the numbers you are given for M and A.

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