Question: Two objects A and B are acted on by the
Two objects, A and B, are acted on by the forces shown in the FBDs. Is the magnitude of the net force acting on object B greater than, less than, or equal to the magnitude of the net force acting on object A? Make a scale drawing on graph paper and explain the result.
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