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    I just want someone to give me there answer coz I aint got any answers for this question

    A car of mass 1000kg is driven by an engine which gererates a constant power of 12kw. the only resistance to the cars motion is air resitance of magitude 10v^2 N where vms^-1 is the speed of the car. find the distance travelled as the cars speed increses from 5ms^-1 to 10ms^-1.


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    100/3ln(43/8 ) is this right ?????


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    I just want someone to give me there answer coz I aint got any answers for this question

    A car of mass 1000kg is driven by an engine which gererates a constant power of 12kw. the only resistance to the cars motion is air resitance of magitude 10v^2 N where vms^-1 is the speed of the car. find the distance travelled as the cars speed increses from 5ms^-1 to 10ms^-1.


    I got my answer to be

    100/3ln(43/8 ) is this right ?????


    thanks for any help
    Yep. I get the same answer.
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