1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data This problem-solving question is about a police car chasing criminals. Two cars are moving in the same direction, parallel (assumed). One car is moving at 82 km/h. The other car is moving at 64 km/h. Bullets are fired from the car moving at 82 km/h towards the car moving at 64 km/h at a rate of 15 bullets per second. a) what is the spread of the bullets that hit the car? b) how many bullets hit the car? 2. Relevant equations I think I'm supposed to use kinematic equations: s=ut+0.5*at squared v squared = u squared + 2as v = u+at s= (u+v)/2*t 3. The attempt at a solution I got this question on an exam and I had no idea how to do it. This is just what I remember of the question.