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# A force acting on a body produces a constant acceleration. The equation written is as follows: F=Km×(V−U)t F- Force; K-constant; m- mass; V- final velocity U- initial velocity; t- time taken a- acceleration; P- momentum The equation can also be written as___ .

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F = m*p

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F = m*p/t

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F = m*a

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F = 2 m*a

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## The correct option is C F = m*aGive the body is undergoing constant acceleration. [V–U]t = acceleration (As acceleration is the rate of change of velocity) ⟹F=Kma The value of constant K has to be 1 to satisfy the second law of motion. So, F=m×a

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