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Answer :

Given, the car is initially at rest ∴ initial velocity (u) = 0 m/s

a = \( 4 \ m/s^2 \)

t = 10 s

By the second motion equation,

\(\because s = ut + \) \( 1\over 2 \) \( at^2 \)

\(\therefore s = 200 \ m \)

Therefore, the distance covered by the car is 200 meters.

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