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well i tied this prpblem

you apply a force of .35 n [up] to a fork and it accelaraion is .15m/s^2 wats its mass in grams

well i tried rearanging the force equation

m=a/f

but i got the worng answer si i thoght i rearanged wrong so i tried swithing the varables but that stil didnt work so i figerd there must be another force the only on i can think of is gravty 9.8 m/s^2 [down] but they are on oppiste sides si i just need to know ehn adding vectors that are both horizantal do u still need to do a vector diagem and get their componants then solve or is there an esier way

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# Homework Help: Newtons Laws?

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