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the front wheels located far out in front of the racing vehicle help to keep the vehicle from nosing upward when it accelerates. what is its physics principle?

asked by faidscs
  1. to keep from nosing up, the torque about the rear axle from the front wheels has to be greater than the torque the rear wheels exert on the ground.

    posted by bobpursley

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