# What force will a car hit a tree If the car has a mass of 3000kg and is accelerating at a rate of 2m/s2?

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The force with which the car will hit the tree can be calculated using Newton's second law of motion, which is expressed as force (F) equals mass (m) multiplied by acceleration (a). In this case, the force (F) equals the mass of the car (3000 kg) multiplied by the acceleration (2 m/s²).

[ F = m \times a ] [ F = 3000 , \text{kg} \times 2 , \text{m/s}^2 ] [ F = 6000 , \text{N} ]

Therefore, the force with which the car will hit the tree is 6000 Newtons.

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