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Newton's 2nd law question

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Newton's 2nd law question

If a constant force is applied to an object and the force is pushing the object up a inclined ramp with constant velocity what is the acceleration if mass is unknown?
F=ma
F=m (1m/s^2)​
If i apply this equation then acceleration is 1m/s^2. Am i applying this formula correctly?...

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