1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data If the rider stops pedalling calculate the distance traveled by the bicycle before it comes to rest from an initial speed of 2m/s. Mass of rider: 60kg Mass of bicycle: 7 kg Drag: 7.5 V^2 (where V is the velocity) Slope : 10° 3. The attempt at a solution F= ma -7.5V^(2) - sin10° mg = ma to find the deceleration however I know that the drag decreases with the decrease in velocity, hence the deceleration is not constant! I think I should use some sort of integral! HELP!!!! sorry guys I found the formula I was looking for derived by my lecturer!!