1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data You are travelling at 60km/h when all of a sudden you see a pink elephant which is 0.125km down the road. Your car can slow down at a rate of -5.0m/s^2. If it takes you 20 m of distance to react and hit the brake, how far will you be from the elephant when you stop? 2. Relevant equations D = (V1+V2/2)t A = V2-V1/T 3. The attempt at a solution To be honest, I really don't even know where to begin with this problem. I don't even know how to visualize this. Okay so the break is hit when it's 0.105km away. (0.125 - 20). Time = Velocity / Acceleration = 60/-0.03 (5m = 0.005km/s = 0.03km/h) = 200 hours? Just from this point I know it's wrong. I can't continue further because I'm already starting off on the wrong foot. I need some guidance in the RIGHT direction, please & thank you! Also, the answer is supposed to be 77m.