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You are riding in an elevator that is rising at a constant velocity. Two forces act on you: your weight and the normal force. How do the magnitudes of these two forces compare?
Your weight is greater than the normal force.
Your weight is less than the normal force.
Your weight is equal to the normal force.
Your weight is either greater than, less than, or equal to the normal force depending on the velocity of the elevator.