How much work is done to move a 1400 kg car from rest to 25 m/s.If this takes place over a
distance of 130 m, what is the average net force?

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  1. Work done =
    W = (1/2)*M*Vfinal^2
    = 700*(25)^2 = ___ Joules

    Average force = W/X

    where X = 130 m

    The answer will be in newtons.

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