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A car accelerates along a road. Considering Newton's Law of Motion, what is the force that moves the car?

a. the accelerator of the car
b. he road that pushes the car
c. the frictional force between the road and the tires of the car
d. the combustion of the gasoline inside the car



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Because, tires are designed with large coefficient of friction, therefore it makes the tire's grip to the road easier.
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