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Problem: An object will have constant acceleration if...(Select the most general response.)a) there are no forces at all acting on it.b) the net force acting on it is zero.c) the net force acting on it is constant in magnitude and direction.d) there is only one force acting on it.

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Consider Newton's 2nd Law ∑F=ma (the net force on an object is the object's mass times its acceleration).

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An object will have constant acceleration if...

(Select the most general response.)

a) there are no forces at all acting on it.

b) the net force acting on it is zero.

c) the net force acting on it is constant in magnitude and direction.

d) there is only one force acting on it.

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