# Physics

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Consider a toy car which can move to the
right or left along a horizontal line (the pos-
itive part of the distance axis) and a force
applied to that car.

Identify the force that would allow the car
to move toward the right (away from the ori-
gin) with a steady rate (constant velocity).
Assume friction is so small that it can be ig-
nored.

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