a.

The sum of the momentum before and after the car experiences the force F will be dependent on time.

b.

The sum of the momentum before and after the car experiences the force F will be equal to the applied force.

c.

The sum of the momentum before and after the car experiences the force F will be independent of time.

d.

The sum of the momentum before and after the car experiences the force F will be equal to zero.

e.

The sum of the momentum before and after the car experiences the force F will be equal to the mass of the car.

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