Hello. I am new to this forum. I am a chemist. Physics is not my strength. Recently, I got a speeding ticket and I have to do some simple calculations in order to silence my mind. The problem is the following: A car (m = 1498.95 kg) is constantly accelerating uphill (15 degrees incline) from: a) 0 to 43 mph (69.2 km/h) b) 5 to 43 mph (8 to 69.2 km/h) The road is wet and it is snowing. Static and dynamic friction coefficients are 0.6 and 0.4, respectively. The acceleration time of the car from 0-60 mph (0-97 km/h) on a dry road is 8 seconds. The acceleration time of the car from 0-43 mph (69.2 km/h) on a dry road is 5.73 seconds. What distance the car would travel in both cases? Is there any other data that I have to provide? Can you also include the equations that have to be used in order to solve this problem? Thank you so much!