Posted by **Alice** on Tuesday, July 16, 2013 at 10:34am.

A train initially travelling at 30ms^1 decelerates at 4ms^2.

(a) What time will it take to slow to 5m s^1?

(b) What distance will it have travelled when it has slowed to 5ms^1?

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