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Annie has a soccer ball and a kickball. She kicks each ball with the same force. The soccer ball accelerates at 3 m/s2, and the kickball accelerates at 5 m/s2. Use Newtonâ€™s laws to describe why the kickball has a greater acceleration.

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Vocaloid:

Moved to Physics Think about F = ma if force is the same between the soccer and kickball, *and* the acceleration of the soccer ball is less than the kickball, what does that say about the masses? If you are still stuck, try using the formula to calculate both masses

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