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A car
speeding at
30km/hr passes a
police car at rest
just at the
speeding
motorist passes
the police car
manintains a
constant of 5.8
m/s^2,when and
where will the
speeding
motorist be over
taken?

  • physics -

    30 km/hr is hardly speeding where I live. Not even in a school zone.

    30 km/h = 8.333 m/s

    Solve 8.333 t = 2.9 t^2 for t. Then use that t tigether with
    X = 2.9 t^2 for the location, X.

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    12.90

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