1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An automobile with a mass of 1321 kg has 3.40 m between the front and rear axles. Its center of gravity is located 1.78 m behind the front axle. (a) With the automobile on level ground, determine the magnitude of the force from the ground on each front wheel (assuming equal forces on the front wheels). (b) Determine the magnitude of the force from the ground on each rear wheel (assuming equal forces on the rear wheels) 2. Relevant equations I don't think there are any? 3. The attempt at a solution The way I attempted to approach this was splitting up the mass according to the center of gravity. I assumed that because the center of gravity was 1.78m behind the front axle, it would have 1.78/3.4 of the mass and the rear wheels would have (3.4-1.78)/3.4 of the mass, so I got 691.58kg for the front of the car and 629.42kg for the back of the car. Then I multiplied these by 9.8 to get force and got 6777.507N and 6168.293N, respectively. I then divided each of these values by two, because I assumed the force would be split between the two wheels. For the front of the car, I got 3388.754N per wheel, but WebAssign's telling me this isn't right. That was my only idea, so now I have no idea what to do.