In this chapter, you've encountered a large number of concepts it related to forces and motion. Organizing a concept map might help clarify the meanings of many of these concepts for you. As a stall, you examine Concept Map 2.2 pertaining to the concept of "net force" created by a student who had previously taken an introductory physics course. Unfortunately, this student had some misconceptions about this topic, so there are some blatant errors in the concept map. Locate and correct as many of these errors as you can. (hint: Carefully inspect the linking words used to connect the concepts and consider the meanings of the "propositions" they make.)

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In this chapter, you've encountered a large number of concepts it related to forces and motion. Organizing a concept map might help clarify the meanings of many of these concepts for you. As a stall, you examine Concept Map 2.2 pertaining to the concept of "net force" created by a student who had previously taken an introductory physics course. Unfortunately, this student had some misconceptions about this topic, so there are some blatant errors in the concept map. Locate and correct as many of these errors as you can. (hint: Carefully inspect the linking words used to connect the concepts and consider the meanings of the "propositions" they make.)

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