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What physics concepts involved in a car?

James Washington

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Nicholas Rivera on March 31, 2018

Well for a start, a car moves because of the static friction between the wheels and the ground. The mirrors in the car use reflection to provide you with the images of things behind andou, and also the mirror that says "Objects in the mirror closer than they appear" is a convex mirror which was designed to help you see more of what there is. The engine has to do with thermodynamics and the process of the combustion gases and the change in mechanical energy. And, then the electricity is included in how everything works in the car. The radio has to do with waves and frequencies in order to determine the season. That's all I can think of now, but there is most likely a lot more physics that go into a car.

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