Solution: What force is necessary to decelerate the car?

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What force is necessary to decelerate the car?

Problem Statement: EE Board April 1996

A car moving at 70 km/hr has a mass of 1700 kg. What force is necessary to decelerate it at a rate of 40 cm/s^2?

  • A. 4250 N
  • B. 0.68 N
  • C. 680 N
  • D. 42.5 N

Problem Answer:

The force necessary to decelerate the car is 680 N.

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