# SOLUTION: a force of 72 n acting upon a given object results in an acceleration of 8 m/s squared. if the magnitude of the force acting upon the same object is changed to 63 n, what will

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 Question 306201: a force of 72 n acting upon a given object results in an acceleration of 8 m/s squared. if the magnitude of the force acting upon the same object is changed to 63 n, what will the objects acceleration become? would it be 7 m/s squared Answer by dabanfield(803)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!a force of 72 n acting upon a given object results in an acceleration of 8 m/s squared. if the magnitude of the force acting upon the same object is changed to 63 n, what will the objects acceleration become? would it be 7 m/s squared Force = mass * acceleration (F = m*a) Let m be the mass of the object. We know that 72 = m*8 so m = 72/8 = 9. If the acceleration is 63 then we have: 63 = m*a 63 = 9*a a = 63/9 = 7 m/s sq