1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data "A 1480 kg car accelerates uniformly from a position of rest to a speed of 95km/h in 6 s?" 1) calculate the cars acceleration 2) determine how far the car traveled during this acceleration 3) determine how much work was done by the car during the 6s 4) identify what power was developed during this process 2. Relevant equations v2 = v1 + at d = v1t + 1/2at² d = v2 - 1/2at² work = force / distance or w = f / d power = work / time or p = w / t f = m * g 3. The attempt at a solution 1) I rearranged v2 = v1 + at to a = v2 - v1 / t to find power so 95km/h - 0km/h / 6s = 95km/h / 6s = 15.83m/s² Therefore the acceleration of the car should be 15.83m/s² 2) This is where im stuck. I would assume I need to use the equation d = v1t + 1/2at² so d = 0 * 6 + 1/2 * 15.83 * (6)² from this i get 284.94m I usually check online for the answers after im done my work but none of the online sources im finding match my answers for question 2. The answer im finding online is 79.167. Would anybody be able to tell me if both of the answers for question 1 and 2 are correct? Any help is appreciated!