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a car of mass 800kg is pulling a trailer 300kg where sin a=1|200.Resistance to motion(apart from gravity) is 1.5N per kg of mad for each vehicle.calculate the pulls of the engine and the tension in the tow-bar when they are moving with constant speed and when accelerating at 0.2meter per second square
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