### Linear Momentum and a Force Applied to a Mass

A 30.0 Newton net horizontal force is applied to a 4.5 kg mass. What is the acceleration? How much time does it take to move 10.0 meters, neglect friction?

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A 30.0 Newton net horizontal force is applied to a 4.5 kg mass. What is the acceleration? How much time does it take to move 10.0 meters, neglect friction?

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