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How do we calculate value of frictional force given the mass and constant velocity?

Date Posted: 5 years ago
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Suryono G. Ali
Suryono G. Ali
4 years ago
Hi Chloe, so from Newton's Law of motion we know that there are two equations that we can use.
1) Net Force = mass x acceleration ( F= ma)
2) Net Force = Force applied - Force resistive

Based on the question given, I can give you the hint that:
Car moves in constant velocity => acceleration = 0

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Tham KY
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5 years ago
Yes, thanks so much!