I have a question that I have been working on, but I am stuck and not quite sure if i am approaching the problem right. The question asks: a person is driving 30.0 m/s 23 degrees north of east when a person walks out in front of them. The person slams their brakes and turns the cars wheels. The result is a deceleration(constant) that is 5.00 m/s2 oriented 53 degree north of east. How long does it take to stop? B)How far does the car go before stopping? C)What is the car trajectory? What I first did was draw it up,and assumed to take the 30 m/s 23 degrees north of east and finding the components. Vx and Vy. They were Vx=27.6m/s and Vy=11.7 m/s. Then itried to find the time, hoping too find the distance. But the whole thing is I do not know what to do with the deceleration part and the 53 degrees that was given in the question. Any help would be helpful!