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A car of mass 800kg moving at 20ms^1 is brought to rest by application of the brakes in a distance of 100m. Find the force exerted by the brake(friction) if there is no other resistance to motion.
 2 years ago
A car of mass 800kg moving at 20ms^1 is brought to rest by application of the brakes in a distance of 100m. Find the force exerted by the brake(friction) if there is no other resistance to motion.

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 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.3Vf^2 =Vi^2 2ad 0 =Vi^2 2ad Vi^2 = 2ad a= Vi^2/2d F=ma

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