1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A car starts at 100 m/s and deploys a parachute. After 10 seconds its speed decreases to 45.45 m/s. Calculate the distance the car has travelled in this duration. The effects of ground resistance are ignored. drag coefficient and planform area product (Cd * A) = 4 m^2 2. Relevant equations drag force, Fd = 1/2 (rho) * u^2 * Cd * A rho = density, 1.22 kg/m^3 u = speed Cd = drag coefficient A = planform area -Fd = m du/dt m = mass 3. The attempt at a solution Basically I managed to calculate the speed after 10 seconds which is 45.45 m/s by integrating -Fd = m du/dt. I cannot use the SUVAT equations to calculate the distance because it is not constant acceleration (I think). Besides, even if I try this method I get the question wrong. The answer from my lecturer is supposedly s=657m. I think the above equation must be integrated again to get the displacement but I have tried and I think I'm missing something because I can't manipulate it so that I end up with s in the formula. Please help as I have pulled my hair off trying to figure this out to no avail.