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A force is applied to a 3.61kg radiocontrolled model car parallel to the xaxis as it moves along a straight track. The xcomponent of the force varies with the xcoordinate of the car as shown in figure (Figure 1) .Suppose the model car is initially at rest at x=0 and F> is the net force acting on it.
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A force is applied to a 3.61kg radiocontrolled model car parallel to the xaxis as it moves along a straight track. The xcomponent of the force varies with the xcoordinate of the car as shown in figure (Figure 1) .Suppose the model car is initially at rest at x=0 and F> is the net force acting on it.
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Here is the graph
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What is the work done by the force when the car moves from x=0 to x=3? I have tried to find the area of the graph using the area of trapezoid .5(b1+b2)*2 and got F=4 and distance is 3 = W=12 J but I keep getting the wrong answer
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Use the workenergy theorem to find the speed of the car at x=3.0m
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What is the work done by the force on the car from to 3m to 4m ? ANSWER IS 0 JOULES
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Use the workenergy theorem to find the speed of the car at =4.0m
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