Asked Mar 28, 2019

A dragster reaches 350km/h from rest in 6.2 seconds. If the car is 800 kg and generates a driving force of 1600 newtons, find the force of friction.


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Step 1

The acceleration is,

Step 2

Substituting the values,

Step 3

The relation between driving force, frictional...


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