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I'm confused somehow in the concept of newton's 2nd law, well when we have a car moving, the force of the motor is F=ma, and if the friction is 'f' is equal in it's magnitude to 'F' then the car should stop, however, in reality the car still moving..how could that happen??


I'm confused somehow in the concept of newton's 2nd law, well when we have a car moving, the force of the motor is F=ma, and if the friction is 'f' is equal in it's magnitude to 'F' then the car should stop, however, in reality the car still moving..how could that happen??


Grade:upto college level

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