To determine the mass of an accelerating body, we apply the formula (Newton’s second law): F = m * a, whence we express the mass: m = F / a.
Variables: F – acting force (F = 12 N); a – acceleration acquired by the body (a = 2 m / s2).
Calculation: m = F / a = 12/2 = 6 kg.
Answer: The mass of an accelerating body is 6 kilograms.
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