# Science

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Newton's first law of motion states that an object remains at rest unless a ___force acts on it.

A.balanced
B.frictional
C.gravitational
D. net
I think it's D..?

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You are right. :-)

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Thank you

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How does Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion relate to the mass of your racer?
The Newton’s 2ns Law is relate to racer by the mass and weight of the car.

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