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What force causes an automobile to move? A propeller-driven airplane? A rowboat?

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What force causes an automobile to move? A propeller-driven airplane? A rowboat?

Automobile:

An automobile is a self-propelled vehicle that is used to carry passengers and goods. It has an internal combustion engine and uses fuels such as diesel and gasoline. It generally has four tires.

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The force that causes an automobile is friction force. It acts between the tire and the surface of the road. It can be more explained using Newton's...

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External Force: Definition & Examples

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Chapter 1 / Lesson 22
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In this lesson, we are going to learn about external forces and their effects on the body to which they are applied. We are also going to distinguish external forces from internal forces.


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