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The Mini Cooper is rated at a maximum power of 115. hp (1 hp=746 W), when moving at 80.0 km/h.
Assume that the net force accelerating the car is constant.
The total mass of the car with a rider and some fuel is 1230 kg.
How many seconds will it take for this car to go from zero to 100. km/h?
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