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## Homework Statement

A car travels at 64 mi/h when the brakes are suddenly applied. Consider how the tires of a moving car come in contact with the road. When the car goes into a skid (with wheels locked up), the rubber of the tire is moving with respect to the road; otherwise, when the tires roll, normally the point where the tire contacts the road is stationary. Assume the coefficients of friction between the tires and the road are μK = 0.80 and μS = 0.90.

(a) Calculate the distance required to bring the car to a full stop when the car is skidding.

(b) Calculate the distance required to bring the car to a full stop when the wheels are not locked up.

(d) Can antilock brakes make a big difference in emergency stops? Explain.

## Homework Equations

Possibly

vf^2=v0^2+2ax

## The Attempt at a Solution

(0m/s)^2 =(47)^2 +2(9.81m/s/s)

x^2=2228.62

x=47 m

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