1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A person driving a car suddenly sees a wall .At that instant velocity of the car is v. Coefficient of static and kinetic friction is μ. The mass of the car is M. To avoid the driver should ....(acc. due to gravity=g) a)apply breaks b)turn (the car shouldn't slip while turning) c)apply breaks while turning (the car wont topple) 2. Relevant equations v=rω f=ma v=d(s)/d(t) ... other equations of motion (ignore actual scenario of pumping the brakes) 3. The attempt at a solution In case the driver applies the brakes the distance travelled is simply (v2)/(2μg). In case the driver turns the radius of the turn will be (v2)/(μg)) How will i work out the case of applying breaks and turning ?