Posted by **merri** on Sunday, February 13, 2011 at 5:33pm.

What is the work done by a car's braking system when it slows the 1500-kg car from an initial speed of 96 km/h down to 56 km/h in a distance of 55 m?

I have tried to work this one and can't seem to get the answer.

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