Posted by **Sarah** on Tuesday, January 21, 2014 at 4:15pm.

Attempting to stop on a slippery road, a car initially moving at 80 km/h skids at 30° to its initial motion, stopping in 3.9 s. Determine the average acceleration in m/s2 in coordinates with the x-axis in the direction of the original motion and the y- axis toward the side to which the car skids.

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