Oct '13
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MCAT Question of the Day | MCAT Course


  • Q:

    A horizontal rocket is attached to a stationary car and begins to propel it forward. The rocket applies 10,000 N of force for 100 m of its total journey. Assuming no other propulsion is used for the car and its wheels are frictionless, how much work does the air do on the car over the course of its total journey?

     

    A

    0 J

    B

    10 J

    C

    106 J

    D

    The answer cannot be determined with the given information.




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