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A car is rolling down a hill, it has a velocity of 54.22m/sec at the bottom of the hill. When it reaches the bottom of the hill, a fan begins to blow on it causing a drag force of 250N. Also, the tires create a friction coefficient of .1. The car eventually stops due to the Drag Force/Friction. Calculate how far the car will travel before stopping.

I can't figure out how to take into account the drag force. I know that before taking drag force into account, the car can travel 27.66m. I'm not sure if that helps or not. All I need to know is what formula to use and where I implement the drag force! Also, my homework is due TOMORROW AT 3PM EST. Any help before then will be awesome.

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# Homework Help: Calculating Displacement with Friction and Air Resistance

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