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The driver of a car moving with a constant speed applies the breaks, and the car comes to a stop after traveling 3.5 meters. Which force causes the deceleration of the car?Select one of the options below as your answer: A. frictional force B. gravitational force C. normal force D. weak nuclear force

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Seems more of a physics question than a biology question, but whatever, it's all the same . . .
Three of those forces are related, the fourth doesn't really play into it in any direct way. You are looking for the force that is acting in the opposite direction to the car's motion.
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