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posted by JUan .
A car weighing 9800 N travels at 30 m/s. What braking force (to the nearest whole number) brings it to rest in 100 m???? THNX BOBPURSLeY

force*distance= 1/2 mass*velocityinitial^2
solve for force. 
4500

your wrong
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