1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A professional race-car driver buys a car that can accelerate at 5.7 m/s^2. The racer decides to race against another driver in a souped up stock-car. Both start from rest, but the stock-car driver leaves 1.4s before the driver of the sports car. The stock-car moves with a constant acceleration of +3.6m/s^2. A) Find the time it takes the two drivers to travel before they are side by side. B) Find the distance the two drivers travel before they are side by side. C) Find the velocity of the race car when the two drivers are side by side. D) Find the velocity of the stock car when the two drivers are side by side. 2. Relevant equations v=u+at X= ut + 1/2at quadratic formula 3. The attempt at a solution My teacher assigns our homework online and we are only allowed a certain number of tries. I used all my tries up for part A so now I cant find B-D without the answer to A. First I found out what each car was doing in the first 1.4 seconds using x= ut + 1/2at then set them both to equal eachother and pluged the times and accelerations into the quadratic formula. Ive been working on this one problem all week its driving me crazy. PLEASE HELP !!