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# The formula for force is f = m⋅a, where f is force, m is mass, and a is acceleration. If a force of 30 Newtons acts upon a 6 kg object, calculate the acceleration of the object. Include proper units and use the fact that one kilogram meter per second squared is known in science as one Newton.

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[tex]\Huge{\underline{\underline{\mathttt{Answer \colon}}}}[/tex] From the Question,Force exerted on the object,F = 30 N Mass of the object,m = 6 Kg To findAcceleration of the objectSince,[tex] \huge{ \boxed{ \boxed{\texttt{f = ma}}}}[/tex][tex] \leadsto \: \sf{a = \frac{f}{m} } \\ \\ \leadsto \: \sf{a = \frac{30}{6} } \\ \\ \huge{ \green{ \leadsto \: \mathtt{f = 5 \: ms {}^{ - 2} } }}[/tex]