where k is a non-zero constant.
If you divide the first equation into the second one you can eliminate k
Solve for since everything else is given
Please help me show how to explain this problem to many kids of different backgrounds... I know the answer is 312.5...
The distance required for a car to stop is directly proportional to the square of its velocity. If a car can stop in 112.5 meters at 15 km per hour, how many meters are needed to stop at 25 kilometers per hour?
where k is a non-zero constant.
If you divide the first equation into the second one you can eliminate k
Solve for since everything else is given