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Suppose Nellie now pushes upward on the apple with a force of 2 N. The apple [is still

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Suppose Nellie now pushes upward on the apple with a force of 2 N. The apple [is still in equilibrium] [accelerates upward], and compared to W, the magnitude of N is [the same] [twice] [not the same, and not twice].

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