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Write the equations for the velocity and the position for time t, where o<=t<=10.

Write the equations for the velocity and the position for time t, where t=> 10.

When did the car stop, and how far did it go?

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thaaampie

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Write the equations for the velocity and the position for time t, where o<=t<=10.

Write the equations for the velocity and the position for time t, where t=> 10.

When did the car stop, and how far did it go?

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[tex]x=v_1+\frac{1}{2}at^2[/tex]

[tex]v_2=v_1+at[/tex]

The initial velocity and accelerations are given, therefore that should answer your first two questions after plugging everything in.

In order to solve the last question, you must first determine the car's velocity after the first 10 s (using the second equation listed above). Then you can use that velocity to find the time required to stop (using the same equation).

If you need some more help with this problem, don't hesitate to post back.

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