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Chris from st.teresas , asked a question
Subject: Physics , asked on 1/7/12

A car accelerates on a horizontal road due to force exerted by the

A) Road on car

B) Car on road

C) Engine of car

D) driver of car

K. Priyadarshan Tiwari , From Central Hindu Boys Sr Sec School , added an answer
Answered on 2/7/12

B) Car on road

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Ruchi Kumari , From Kendriya Vidyalaya , added an answer
Answered on 3/7/12

C) engine of car

Puyush Devikar , From Centre Point School , added an answer
Answered on 11/7/12


Ron Samprass , From St.joseph Pre University College , added an answer
Answered on 13/7/12

Its C) Engine of car.

D) is not the ans because car on the road does not help in acceleration rather it only supports the movement of acceleration.

Hope it helps !!!    :)

Madhav Lakhera , From D.s.b , added an answer
Answered on 14/7/12

lEt mE explain GUys....

firSt of all  D). DrivErs aPPly forcE to aCCelerAte

  then  C). Engine of the car applies force on the tyrEs to rotaTe themm

  then  B). Car exerts force on The Ground (from its Tyres)

at Last  A). roAd applies frictionalForce on the car tyRes so they can Move foRward...

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