In this physics question, you are asked to find the net force on a car. The net force is the total force acting on a object, and in this case, the object is the car. The magnitude of the net force can be found by solving a problem called Laplace’s equation. In Laplace’s equation, you have to find the pressure, velocity, and acceleration of an object.

## The Problem

The net force on a car is determined by the weight of the car and the wind pushing against it. The magnitude of the net force is equal to the product of the weight of the car and the speed of the wind.

## Proof of Principle

The net force on a car is approximately zero. However, the car experiences drag which causes the net force to be negative. The magnitude of the net force is determined by the magnitude of the Drag Force and the Mass of the Car.

## Conclusion

The net force on a car is the total push and pull exerted by all of the external forces on it. The magnitude of the net force depends on the mass and velocity of the car, as well as how firmly attached it is to its surroundings. In this article, we will explore some important concepts related to net force in order to better understand why cars move around in such strange ways. Finally, we will take a look at an equation that can be used to calculate the net force on a car given certain information about its mass and velocity.