Posted by **Dale** on Saturday, June 11, 2011 at 7:03pm.

A car that weighs 15,000 N is initially moving at 60km/hr when the brakes are applied. The car is brought to a stop in 30m. Assuming the force applied by the brakes is constant, determine the magnitude of the braking force.

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