anonymous
  • anonymous
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? a.frictional force b.gravitational force c.normal force d.weak nuclear force
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A. Frictional force in the brakes.
anonymous
  • anonymous
A. Frictional force in the brakes. because when the breaks are applied the rolling friction b/w wheels and road changes into siding friction , which stops the car finally.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Frictional

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