how is the stopping distance of a car related to its speed? is it because f=m*a, so if it has a higher velocity the force will be greater?
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Originally Posted by johnnyc418 how is the stopping distance of a car related to its speed? is it because f=m*a, so if it has a higher velocity the force will be greater? More speed = More stopping distance needed.
Originally Posted by johnnyc418 how is the stopping distance of a car related to its speed? is it because f=m*a, so if it has a higher velocity the force will be greater? 2ax = v^2 - u^2 for constant acceleration.
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