does an object with constant acceleration follow Newton's laws? with constant velocity? a stationary object?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

i think the last two are true, but I'm confused whether a constant acceleration (m/s/s) of whatever still applies to an inertial frame or is a noninertial frame?

because in a sample problem it asks to find the acceleration of a puck given the mass and force. the answer yield an acceleration (m/s/s). does that refer to the acceleration that causes it to initially move or to continue to accelerate during motion (like after 1s it would be 9.8m/s and after 2s it would be 19.6m/s)

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# Inertial reference frame

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