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    A force of 1 N acts on

    (a) a body whose mass is 1 kg and
    (b) a body whose weight is 1 N.

    Find their respective accelerations.

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    Acceleration = Force/mass

    (a) a = F/m = 1/1 = 1 m/ s^2

    (b) Since weight = 1 N, mass = weight/g = (1/9.8) kg

    a = 1/ (1/9.8) = 9.8 m/ s^2.

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