In the inertial reference frame, the force F imparts acceleration a to a body of mass m. How will the acceleration of the body

In the inertial reference frame, the force F imparts acceleration a to a body of mass m. How will the acceleration of the body change if the body weight and the force acting on it are doubled?

The acceleration of the body will not change if both the body weight and the force acting on it are doubled, because the acceleration of the body is directly proportional to the acting force and inversely proportional to the mass of the body.

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