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What is the net force acting on a 10 kg freely falling object?

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alexandra0920

 Force = mass * acceleration, with units kg*m / second squared, or the more commonly the Newton, N. Assuming objects freely fall due to gravity at 9.8 m/second squared, and zero air resistance force opposing the freely falling object, 1 kg * 9.8 m/second squared = 9.8 N = force on the ball.

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