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# Problem: If a car is moving to the left with constant velocity, one can conclude thata) there must be no forces applied to the car.b) the net force applied to the car is directed to the left.c) the net force applied to the car is zero.d) there is exactly one force applied to the car.

###### FREE Expert Solution

Consider Newton's 2nd Law ∑F=ma (the net force on an object is the object's mass times its acceleration).

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###### Problem Details

If a car is moving to the left with constant velocity, one can conclude that

a) there must be no forces applied to the car.

b) the net force applied to the car is directed to the left.

c) the net force applied to the car is zero.

d) there is exactly one force applied to the car.

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