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Homework Help: COLLEGE PHYSICS

Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, October 21, 2007 at 4:31am.

A car with mass of 1400kg is towed with a net force of 4500N. the car starts from rest, find the speed of the car traveled after it traveled 100m.
W=FnetX distance=ma x distance
4500N=(1/2)1400kg V^2
2.5m/s=V

is this right? if not what am i doing wrong?

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