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A 500 kg car moves along a horizontal road. The car moves with an acceleration 2.5 m/s2 by a driving force of 2500 N when the air resistance is 400 N. Find the friction of the tyre of the car.

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    Net force= m*acceleration
    2500N-400-roadfriction= m*a
    solve for road friction.

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