Physics help please
posted by Kristin .
suppose you have 2 cars, and the larger one is twice as massive as the smaller one. If you and a friend push on them so that their accelerations are equal, how must the forces applied to the cars compare?
a. the force on the larger car is equal to that on the smaller car.
b. the force on the larger car is 1/2 that on the smaller car.
c. the force on the larger car is twice that on the smaller car.
d. the force on the larger car is more than three times that on the smaller car.
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