Hello, I'd first like to briefly introduce myself and say that any help you can lend is appreciated. I've been reading up here for quite some time and these forums are an incredible resource! Here's the pickle: An automobile is breaked to a stop with a uniform deceleration in a time of Ts. Show that the distance traveled during this time is given by d=Vo^2/a - 1/2aTs^2 I thought that it would have to involve combining two seperate formulas to produce the one mentioned in the question. BUT, after much trying... and trying... and trying.. I can't seem to properly do it. If anyone can give me some hints, tips (or even a solution) I'd be as happy as this guy --> Thanks!