I've been trying to figure this one out for two days now. No Dice. If you feel like working the whole thing out, by all means, cause everyone who tried to help me so far was wrong. 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data You testify as an "expert witness" in a case involving an accident in which car A slid into the rear of car B, which was stopped at a red light along a road headed down a hill (Fig. 6-27). You find that the slope of the hill is = 12.0°, that the cars were separated by distance d = 26.0 m when the driver of car A put the car into a slide (it lacked any automatic anti-brake-lock system), and that the speed of car A at the onset of braking was v0 = 17.5 m/s. (Basically, Car A was traveling down an incline, Car B is stopped the entire time. It started braking when it was 26.0 meters away w/ initial velocity of 17.5 m/s) What is final velocity before impact when coefficient of friction is .6? What is final..........................................................friction is .1? 2. Relevant equations IDK, ive been trying to use V^2= Vo^2 + 2a (delta x) 3. The attempt at a solution damn, i've had so many attempts, i have no clue which one to put up.