A 1500 kg car is moving 18 m/s how much force is required to bring the car to a stop in 12 seconds

asked by Kyeanna
  1. force*timeinSeconds=mass*changeinVelocity

    posted by bobpursley
  2. 2250

    posted by Anonymous
  3. Sd

    posted by Anonymous
  4. You can't break my car..

    posted by god

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