1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The two cars A and B enter an unbanked and level turn. They cross line C-C simultaneously, and each car has the speed corresponding to a maximum normal acceleration of 0.94g in the turn. Determine the elapsed time for each car between its two crossings of line C-C. What is the relative position of the two cars as the second car exits the turn? Assume no speed changes throughout. I have attached an image of the question. 2. Relevant equations an = v2/ρ = rθ'2 = vθ' v = rθ' 3. The attempt at a solution I' honestly not sure how to start this one. I know an = 0.94g = 9.2214 m/s2 I was thinking of something along the lines: v = rθ' = r dθ/dt ∫v dt = ∫r dθ vt = rθ t = rθ/v I'm not sure if what I have here makes sense. But if it does, could I substitute v for ds/dt, where ds/dt would be the circumference of the half circle? Honestly,I'm not sure if what I have makes sense. Any input/feedback would be greatly appreciated.