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ANS 1=the greater the mass of an object, the more it will accelerate when a given net force is applied to it. ... Your weight equals your mass multiplied by the acceleration due to gravity. _____ 8. A 10-kg object has greater acceleration due to gravity than a 5-kg object.

ANS 2=suppose F is the NET force of 1 N and the mass (m) is 1 kg and theta equals 60 d.

The F (x) NET = F cos theta = 0.5 N

Then a (x) = 0.5 / 1 = 0.5 m/s/s; which is the condition in the question and therefore a PROBABLE answer.

This MAY be an acceptable solution because the question does NOT say if the acceleration is the NET acceleration. In this scenario, there would be a VERTICAL acceleration of 0.866 m/s/s and the vector sum of the two (x & y) accelerations would be 1 m/s/s

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