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Posted by belle on Tuesday, July 26, 2011 at 12:22am.

a car pulling a 1500-kg trailer produces an acceleration of 0.50m/s^2.
a)the frictional force in the wheels of the trailer is 125N. what force is the car exerting on the trailer?
b) what force is the trailer exerting on the car?

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