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After a day of testing race cars, you decide to take your own 1502.5 kg car onto the test track. While moving down the track at 11.4 m/s, you suddenly accelerate to 30.2 m/s in 19.2 s.
What average net force have you applied to the car during that time?

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    a=(v-v₀)/t
    F=ma

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