DRIVE RESPONSIBLY
Updated: 10/10/2019
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• Bro, my parents just bought me car. It's smaller than yours though... but I'm so happy!
• Dylan and Caesar are childhood friends. They were neighbors and classmates ever since they were young. One Sunday afternoon, they decided to go for a walk...
• Woahh!
• How about we race on our way home? The loser buys food for the winner...
• Are you going home already?
• Uhm? Yah? Why?
• Sure! That sounds fun...
• Seems like Dylan accelerates easier than I do...
• What do you think explains why Dylan seems to accelerate easier than Caesar?
• ﻿Newton's second law tells us that the greater the mass of the object being accelerated, the greater the amount of force is needed to accelerate the object.
• You're right! Thus, a car with less mass is easier to accelerate because they have less inertia than the cars with bigger mass. Since Dylan's car is smaller than Caesar's, he accelerates easier compared to Caesar.
• On another note, students, please don't follow Caesar and Dylan because what they did could've lead them into accidents. So, please drive responsibly...