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Homework Help: Physichs

Posted by Sebastian on Sunday, September 18, 2011 at 12:28pm.

A pedestrian is running at his maximum speed of 6.0m/s to catch a bus stopped by a traffic light. When he is 25m away from the bus the light changes and the bus accelerates uniformly at 1.0m/s^2. Find either (a) how far he has to run to catch the bus or (b) his frustration distance(closest approach)

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