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Step 1

Given,

The mass of the car, m = 2×10^{3}kg

The initial velocity of the car, v_{i} = 0m/s

The final velocity of the car, v_{f} = 15m/s

Step 2

The acceleration of the car is

Step 3

The net force acting ...

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