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###### 10. kg object has the following acceleration components:ax=Josz %+(oss a,= (t9 4-|os7nat is the magnitude of the net force acting on the object at lime t = 4.07 s?NumberFnetWhat is the direction of the net force at this same time? Give your answer as number of degrees counter-clockwise from the +x axisNumber

10. kg object has the following acceleration components: ax= Josz %+(oss a,= (t9 4-|os7 nat is the magnitude of the net force acting on the object at lime t = 4.07 s? Number Fnet What is the direction of the net force at this same time? Give your answer as number of degrees counter-clockwise from the +x axis Number

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