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A car can decelerate at -3.40 m/s2 without skidding when coming to rest on a level road. What would be the magnitude of its deceleration if the road were inclined at 14° uphill? Assume the same static friction coefficient.
October 11, 2010 by Jason

Physics I
A car can decelerate at -4.40 m/s2 without skidding when coming to rest on a level road. What would be the magnitude of its deceleration if the road were inclined at 12° uphill? Assume the same static friction coefficient.
May 25, 2011 by Jason

Physics
1. A car decelerates at -3.8 without skidding when coming to rest on a level road. What would be its deceleration if the road is inclined at 9.3° and the car moves uphill? (Asume the same static friction coefficient and the car is on the verge of skidding)
March 25, 2014 by Laurie

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A car decelerates at -3.8m/second square without skidding when coming to a rest on a level road.what would its deceleration be if the road is inclined at 9.3degrees and the car moves uphill?(assume the same static friction coefficient and the car is on the verge of skidding)
March 24, 2014 by philando

Physics
A car can decelerate at -4.80 m/s^2 without skidding when coming to rest on a level road. What would its deceleration be if the road were inclined at 13 degrees uphill? Assume the same static friction force. Supposively the answer is -7.00 m/s^2 but I keep on getting -2.47 m/s...
December 21, 2009 by Jake

physics
A car going 30 m/s just barely makes it around a curve without skidding. This curve had a radius of 150 m. The next curve has a radius of 75 m. At what maximum velocity can it go around this curve without skidding?
July 12, 2012 by Jessica

physics
A 1500-kg car is making a turn with a 100.0-m radius on a road where the coefficient of static friction is 0.70. What is the maximum speed the car can go without skidding?
November 7, 2010 by jane

Physics
A 1220 kg car rounds a circular turn of radius 19.2 m. If the road is flat and the coefficient of static friction between the tires and the road is 0.66, how fast can the car go without skidding?
March 4, 2011 by Jen

Physics
A car has a mass of 2500 kg rounds a circular turn with a radius of 50 m. If the road is flat and the coefficient of friction is 0.7 between the tires and the road, how fast can the car go without skidding?
November 30, 2011 by Anonymous

Physics
A 2050 kg car rounds a circular turn of radius 18.5 m. If the road is flat and the coefficient of friction between tires and road is 0.680, how fast can the car go without skidding?
September 30, 2012 by Arthur

physics
a 2000 kg car rounds a circular turn of radius 20.0 meters. if the road is flat and the coefficient of static friction between the tires and the road is .70, how fast can the car go without skidding
January 24, 2010 by mallory!!!!!!!!!!!!

Physics
A car traveling at 20 m/s applies the brakes. The coefficients of static and kinetic friction between the tires and the road are 0.80 and 0.50 respectively. (A) Determine the stopping distance if the car is able to stop as quickly as possible without skidding. (B) Determine ...
October 25, 2012 by Brittney

Physics Help, Please!
When a car goes around a curve (without skidding), on a level road, Select one: a. no friction force is needed because the car simply follows the road. b. the friction force of the road on the car increases when the car’s speed decreases. c. the friction force of the road on ...
November 4, 2012 by Michael

phusics
A car can slow down at 5.10 m/s2 without skidding when coming to rest on a level road. What would its acceleration be if the road were inclined at 12o uphill?
October 4, 2011 by william

Physics
A 1140 kg car skidding due north on a level frictionless icy road at 178.56 km/h collides with a 1653 kg car skidding due east at 124 km/h in such a way that the two cars stick together. At what angle (−180    +180) East of North do the two coupled cars skid off at...
June 22, 2011 by Theresa

physics
An automobile traveling at 50.0 km/h has tires of 100.0 cm diameter. (a) What is the angular speed of the tires about their axles? 1 rad/s (b) If the car is brought to a stop uniformly in 25.0 complete turns of the tires (without skidding), what is the magnitude of the angular...
January 5, 2011 by Joey

physics
A car with good tires on a dry road can decelerate at about 5.00m/s^2 when braking. If the car is traveling at 34.0m/s, how long does it take the car to stop under these conditions?
June 14, 2011 by Rebecca

Physics
A 1200-kg car rounds a corner of radius r = 45 m. If the coefficient of static friction between tires and the road is 0.93 and the coefficient of kinetic friction between tires and the road is 0.75, what is the maximum velocity the car can have without skidding?
October 5, 2010 by Anonymous

icp
you wreck a car travveling at 88 m/sec and decelerate at -200/s2 how far will the car crumble in at you.
March 28, 2011 by rich

physics
A car traveling at2.24m/s skids and stops in 2.55s determine the skidding distance of car
June 30, 2014 by Anonymous

Physics
A car travels at 64 mi/h when the brakes are suddenly applied. Consider how the tires of a moving car come in contact with the road. When the car goes into a skid (with wheels locked up), the rubber of the tire is moving with respect to the road; otherwise, when the tires roll...
September 21, 2012 by Anne

Physics
A car can slow down at 5.10 m/s2 without skidding when coming to rest on a level road. What would its acceleration be if the road were inclined at 12o uphill? [Ask yourself – What is the same about the situation on the level road and on the incline?]
October 4, 2011 by william

physics help!
The tires of a car make 63 revolutions as the car reduces its speed uniformly from 94.0 km/h to 58.0 km/h. The tires have a diameter of 0.88 m. What was the angular acceleration of each tire? And If the car continues to decelerate at this rate, how much more time is required ...
March 25, 2010 by Anonymous

Earth and Physical Science
A 901 kg car is traveling north down a country road when a deer crosses in front of the car. By slamming on the breaks, the care is able to decelerate at 4.0 meters per second squared. What is the frictional force between the street and the car?
February 7, 2011 by Caitlin

statistics
A person can order a new car with a choice of 9 possible colors, with or without ac, with or without heated seats, with it without anti lock breaks, with or without power windows and with or without a CD player. How many different ways can a new car be ordered with these ...
March 25, 2012 by Sabrina

physics
A car initially traveling at 26 m/s hits the brakes, generating a constant acceleration of -2 m/s2. Under this acceleration, the car comes to a rest. If the tires have radii of 0.33 m, how many revolutions does each tire make as the car slows down and stops? Assume no skidding.
July 12, 2012 by Jessica

physics
The tires of a car make 58 revolutions as the car reduces its speed uniformly from 92 to 33 . The tires have a diameter of 0.86 . What was the angular acceleration of the tires? If the car continues to decelerate at this rate, how much more time is required for it to stop?
May 26, 2011 by juana

Physics
A car with good tires on a dry road can decelerate at about 5.0m/s/s when braking. If the car is traveling at 55miles/hour, how much time does it take the car to stop? 55 mph = 80.7 ft/s = 24.6 m/s Divide the initial speed by the deceleration rate to get the time required. (24...
September 18, 2006 by Savannah

Physics
A driver approaches an intersection at a speed of 50km/h, when the light turns amber. The driver applies brakes to get the maximum stopping force without skidding. The car has a mass of 1500kg and the force of static friction between the tires and the road is 1.1*10^4N. ...
November 12, 2012 by ashley

Physics
A racecar driver speeds around a circular track of radius 100 m at a velocity of 50 km/hr. The coefficient of friction us between his tires and the road is 0.20. It begins to rain, reducing us to 0.15. What must he change his velocity to in order to maintain his path without ...
March 29, 2007 by Bobby

Physics
An automobile is traveling 65 km/hr. It brakes decelerate it 6.o m/s^2. a) How long will it take to stop the car? b) How far will the car travel after the brakes are applied?
November 3, 2010 by may

Physics
A child drops a ball onto the road 28 m in front of a car travelling at 50 km/h. If the car can decelerate at a rate of 3.5 m/s2, will it stop before hitting the ball?
March 6, 2012 by Jayy

Physics
Suppose that the coefficient of kinetic friction of the rubber of a car tire and the street is Uk = 0.8. What is the deceleration of the car on a flat street if the driver brakes sharply, so all the wheels are locked and skidding?
October 23, 2010 by Lisa

physics
the driver of a 1200kg car travelling 45km/h west on a slippery road applies the brakes, skidding to a stop in 35m. Determine the coefficient of friction between the road and the car tires
November 16, 2011 by Anonymous

Science
At an accident scene, 276-m long skid marks are found on the road. If the car that made these skid marks can decelerate at –9.8 m/s2, how fast was the car going before braking?
November 3, 2011 by Ray

math
If a car is traveling at 55 mph in one direction, how long would it take to decelerate, turn around, and catch up with another car going at a steady speed of 100 mph in the opposite direction?
July 6, 2011 by Robin

physics
You are driving a car 33 down the road. The stoplight in front of you suddenly turns red and you slam on the brakes, skidding to a halt. You get out of the car and measure the skid marks made by your tires to be 23.5 meters (Assume positive x to be in the forward direction) ...
January 11, 2013 by Ashley

Physics
You are driving a 2520.0-kg car at a constant speed of 14.0 m/s along a wet, but straight, level road. As you approach an intersection, the traffic light turns red. You slam on the brakes. The car's wheels lock, the tires begin skidding, and the car slides to a halt in a ...
October 5, 2010 by Preston

physics
you are driving a 2520.0-kg car at a constant speed of 14.0 m/s along a wet, but straight, level road. As you approach an intersection, the traffic light turns red. You slam on the brakes. The car's wheels lock, the tires begin skidding, and the car slides to a halt in a ...
October 13, 2011 by James

Physics
You are driving a 2570.0-kg car at a constant speed of 14.0 m/s along a wet, but straight, level road. As you approach an intersection, the traffic light turns red. You slam on the brakes. The car's wheels lock, the tires begin skidding, and the car slides to a halt in a ...
November 17, 2012 by Caleb

Physics
You are driving a 2570.0-kg car at a constant speed of 14.0 m/s along a wet, but straight, level road. As you approach an intersection, the traffic light turns red. You slam on the brakes. The car's wheels lock, the tires begin skidding, and the car slides to a halt in a ...
November 17, 2012 by Caleb

Physics
You are driving a 2570.0-kg car at a constant speed of 14.0 m/s along a wet, but straight, level road. As you approach an intersection, the traffic light turns red. You slam on the brakes. The car's wheels lock, the tires begin skidding, and the car slides to a halt in a ...
November 17, 2012 by Caleb

physics
You are driving a car 35mi/h down the road. The stoplight in front of you suddenly turns red and you slam on the brakes, skidding to a halt. You get out of the car and measure the skid marks made by your tires to be 28.5m meters. (Assume positive x to be in the forward ...
September 1, 2013 by JIll

Physics
A 850 kg car skidding on an icy highway at 32.5 km/h slides onto some bare pavement. If the coefficient of friction between the tires and the bare pavement is 0.200, what time(s) does it take for the car to stop? HOW do i get the answer!!!!
August 2, 2011 by Brina

Physics
1200kg car moving at 9.72m/s runs into and sticks to a parked 1000kg car. The collision takes 0.15s and after the crash the cars wheels lock and they skid to a stop on the u=0.40 road. what is the distance travelled before skidding to a stop?
February 17, 2014 by Ann

Physics
A curve of radius 40 m is banked so that a 1070 kg car traveling at 60 km/h can round it even if the road is so icy that the coefficient of static friction is approximately zero. The acceleration of gravity is 9.81 m/s a)Find the minimum speed at which a car can travel ...
March 2, 2011 by Johnnie

physics
A curve of radius 20 m is banked so that a 970 kg car traveling at 50 km/h can round it even if the road is so icy that the coefficient of static friction is approximately zero. The acceleration of gravity is 9.81 m/s^2 Find the minimum speed at which a car can travel ...
November 1, 2012 by JoAnna

Phys
i cant get this no matter what i try; A curve of radius 40 m is banked so that a 1070 kg car traveling at 60 km/h can round it even if the road is so icy that the coefficient of static friction is approximately zero. The acceleration of gravity is 9.81 m/s a)Find the ...
March 2, 2011 by HELP JOHN

PHYSICS
a 3000 N car is moving at 12.0m/s comes to a stop while skidding a distance of 25.0m. what is the coefficient of kinetic friction?
July 11, 2014 by EMMA

physics
A 1200 kg car moving at 35kph runs into and sticks to a parked 1000kg car. the collision takes 0.15s and after the crash the car's wheels lock and they skid to a stop on the mu= 0.40 road. the final speed of both cars is 5.3m/s a) find the distance tranvelled before skidding ...
November 26, 2009 by sammeh

physics
A 2000-kg car rounds a circular turn of a radius 20m. if the radius flat and the coefficient of friction between tires and road is .70, how fast can the car go without skidding? centripetal force = frictional force m v^2/r= mg*mu solve for v. um i was wondering..do i need to ...
January 2, 2007 by becky

math
A new car is sold with or without antilock brakes, with or without a cd player, with or without electric seats, and with or without a sunroof. How many different choices are there?
October 2, 2008 by Fred

science
If the weight of a vehicle is doubled, would the deceleration of the vehicle be doubled? For example if a car decelerated at 6m/s, would a car double the size, decelerate at 12m/s or is their some other factor involved? Thanks for your help
May 17, 2008 by Melody

math
a new car is old with or without anti-lock brakes, with or without a CD player, with or without electric seats, and with or without a sunroof. How many different choices are there?
October 28, 2013 by Anonymous

physics help please!!!
The tires of a car make 63 revolutions as the car reduces its speed uniformly from 94.0 km/h to 58.0 km/h. The tires have a diameter of 0.88 m. What was the angular acceleration of each tire? And If the car continues to decelerate at this rate, how much more time is required ...
March 26, 2010 by Anonymous

physics
A car is originally traveling at 15.0 meters per second on a straight horizontal road.The driver applies the brakes causing the car to decelerate at 4.00 meters per second ^2 until it comes to a rest. Determine the cars stopping distance
September 26, 2011 by Mary Gertriude

Physics
A curve of radius 161 m is banked at an angle of 12°. An 840-kg car negotiates the curve at 94 km/h without skidding. Neglect the effects of air drag and rolling friction. Find the following. (a) the normal force exerted by the pavement on the tires (b) the frictional force ...
July 19, 2011 by Alex

phy
A car at the Indianapolis-500 accelerates uniformly from the pit area, going from rest to 340 km/h in a semicircular arc with a radius of 196 m. Determine the tangential acceleration of the car when it is halfway through the turn, assuming constant tangential acceleration. ...
September 18, 2010 by ami

phy
A car at the Indianapolis-500 accelerates uniformly from the pit area, going from rest to 340 km/h in a semicircular arc with a radius of 196 m. Determine the tangential acceleration of the car when it is halfway through the turn, assuming constant tangential acceleration. ...
September 19, 2010 by ami

physics
A car at the Indianapolis-500 accelerates uniformly from the pit area, going from rest to 320 km/h in a semicircular arc with a radius of 190 m. 1.) Determine the tangential acceleration of the car when it is halfway through the turn, assuming constant tangential acceleration...
September 20, 2010 by rick

physics
a car is traveling at 40.0 m/s. the drivers sees an emergeny ahead and 0.50 s later slams on the brakes. the acceleration of the car is -4.0 m/s^2. a. what distance will the car travel before it stops? b. if the driver was able to apply the brakes instantaneously without a ...
September 30, 2007 by jel

physics
A car moving at 50 km/h skids 15 m with locked brakes. Show that a car moving at 150 km/h will skid 135 m with locked brakes. (Hint: The force doing work during the skidding is the same for both speeds. Use the work–energy theorem.)
January 6, 2014 by jeremy steadman

physics9
You are driving a 2460.0-kg car at a constant speed of 19.0 m/s along an icy, but straight and level road. While approaching a traffic light, it turns red. You slam on the brakes, Your wheels lock, the tires begin skidding, and the car slides to a halt in a distance of 27.0 m...
December 11, 2011 by Hannah

physics
Seatbelts provide two main advantages in a car accident: (i) they keep you from being thrown from the car, and (ii) they reduce the force that acts on you during the collision to survivable levels. The second benefit can be illustrated by comparing the net force exerted on the...
May 17, 2007 by micole

Physics
A car with good tires on a dry road can decelerate at about 5 m/s^2 when breaking. Suppose a car is initially traveling at 65 mph. What is the stopping distance?(give answer in meters and in feet) I changed 65mph into 29.05m/s. so I would use d-d_0 = (v^2 -v_0^2)/2a and when I...
September 12, 2007 by Tammy

Physics
A 1200-kg automobile is stolen by the notorious Physics joyriders known as “the centripetal gang”. The gang tests their grasp on Newtonian physics by cruising around a banked circular track of radius 1025 m. From previous ‘experiments’ the gang has discovered the car’s ...
February 24, 2013 by Meder

Physics 11
The brakes on a car permit it to decelerate at the rate of -8.0m/s^2. How much distance is required to stop this car when it is travelling 60.0km/hr? The answer given is 173.6m I solved it this way 60km/h = 16.667m/s A=V/T 16.667m/s / -.80m/s^2 = 20.834 seconds D=RT 16.667m/s ...
February 6, 2008 by David

Physics
You are driving a 2475.0 kg car at a constant speed of 10.0 m/s along an icy, but straight and level road. While approaching a traffic light, it turns red. You slam on the brakes, your wheels locks, the tires began skidding, and the car slides to halt in a distance of 28.0 m. ...
September 19, 2007 by Anonymous

Physics
You are driving a 2590.0 kg car at a constant speed of 14.0 m/s along an icy, but straight, level road. As you approach an intersection, the traffic light turns red. You slam on the brakes. Your wheels lock, the tires begin skidding, and the car slides to a halt in a distance ...
January 5, 2010 by Sasha

Phyics
You are driving a 2520.0 kg car at a constant speed of 14.0 m/s along an icy, but straight, level road. As you approach an intersection, the traffic light turns red. You slam on the brakes. Your wheels lock, the tires begin skidding, and the car slides to a halt in a distance ...
February 28, 2011 by Moha

physics
Here is the problem and answers. how do i reach the answer? A car at the Indianapolis-500 accelerates uniformly from the pit area, going from rest to 325 km/h in a semicircular arc with a radius of 198 m. Determine the tangential acceleration of the car when it is halfway ...
January 17, 2011 by hopsy

physics
Two cars are initially moving at constant speeds of 50 m/s (first car) and 30 m/s (second car) along a straight track with the first car being behind. At a certain point (e.g. point A) on the track the first car overtakes the other one. At this very moment of time the first ...
September 29, 2011 by Chris

#2
A car at the Indianapolis-500 accelerates uniformly from the pit area, going from rest to 335 km/h in a semicircular arc with a radius of 190 m. Determine the tangential acceleration of the car when it is halfway through the turn, assuming constant tangential acceleration. (in...
October 9, 2006 by Britt Pogue

physics
A car at the Indianapolis 500 accelerates uniformly from the pit area, going from rest to 260 km/h in a semicircular arc with a radius of 210 m. Determine the tangential and radial acceleration of the car when it is halfway through the turn, assuming constant tangential ...
November 11, 2010 by Eden

Physics
Your car can accelerate at 5m/^2 without a trailer. You add a trailer to your car that has 3 times the mass of your car. At what rate can your car (plus trailer) accelerate now? After accelerating the car travels at a constant speed of 30 m/s. What is the net force acting on it?
September 23, 2012 by Samantha

physics
A compact car, mass 875 kg, moving south at 16 m/s, is struck by a full-sized car, mass 1660 kg, moving east at 12 m/s. The two cars stick together, and momentum is conserved in the collision. The wreck skids along the ground and comes to a stop. The coefficient of kinetic ...
February 4, 2013 by Tony

AP ECE Physics
A car at the Indianapolis-500 accelerates uniformly from the pit area, going from rest to 295 km/h in a semicircular arc with a radius of 190 m. Determine the tangential acceleration of the car when it is halfway through the turn, assuming constant tangential acceleration. 5....
October 9, 2012 by John Conlan

Physics
A car can be driven around a 120 m radius curve at constant speed without sliding if the maximum centripetal acceleration is 0.130g. (a) What is the maximum speed that the car can travel around the curve without sliding? (b) If the car was on a circular race track with this ...
September 21, 2012 by josephz

phy
Determine the radial acceleration of the car at this time. If the curve were flat, what would the coefficient of static friction have to be between the tires and the roadbed to provide this acceleration with no slipping or skidding?
September 18, 2010 by ami

Physics-momentum/impluse
hi well i have two questions i dont understand how to solve and all. 1) The front of a 1400-kg car is designed to absorb the shock of a collision by having a "crumple zone" in which the front of 1.2m of the car collapses in absorbing the shock of a collision. if a car ...
December 6, 2006 by becky

physics
A car moves with speed v on a horizontal circular track of radius R. The height of the car's center of mass is h, and the separation between the inner and outer wheels is d. The road is dry, and the car does not skid. Find the maximum speed the car can have without overturning.
November 20, 2008 by Mischa

Physics/Math
A stuntman drives a car (without negative lift) over the top of a hill, the cross section of which can be approximated by a circle of radius R = 110 m. What is the greatest speed at which he can drive without the car leaving the road at the top of the hill?
February 12, 2007 by COFFEE

physics
what distance should you keep between you and the car in front of you if the traffic is moving at 65mph? Your reaction time is 1s, and both the cars can decelerate at the same rate. Include reasonable estimate for the length of the car (you don't want your bumper to end up at ...
October 15, 2007 by Tammy

Physics
what distance should you keep between you and the car in front of you if the traffic is moving at 65mph? Your reaction time is 1s, and both the cars can decelerate at the same rate. Include reasonable estimate for the length of the car (you don't want your bumper to end up at ...
October 15, 2007 by Tammy

physics
what distance should you keep between you and the car in front of you if the traffic is moving at 65mph? Your reaction time is 1s, and both the cars can decelerate at the same rate. Include reasonable estimate for the length of the car (you don't want your bumper to end up at ...
October 15, 2007 by Tammy

physics
In the figure below, a stuntman drives a car (without negative lift) over the top of a hill, the cross section of which can be approximated by a circle of radius R = 240 m. What is the greatest speed at which he can drive without the car leaving the road at the top of the hill?
July 15, 2010 by Sam

Physics/Math
A stuntman drives a car (without negative lift) over the top of a hill, the cross section of which can be approximated by a circle of radius R = 110 m. What is the greatest speed at which he can drive without the car leaving the road at the top of the hill? I don't get it. ...
February 12, 2007 by COFFEE

Physics
You are driving 2500 Kg car at a constant speed of 14 m/s along an icy, but stright and lvel road. While approaching a traffic light, it turns red. You slam on the brakes. You wheels lock, the tires begin skidding and the car slides to a halt in a distance of 25 m. What is the...
April 17, 2009 by Lena

physics
a man m is at rest on a stationary flat car. the car can move without friction along horizontal rails. The man starts walking with velocity v relative to the car, work done by him is
November 16, 2012 by dinku

physics
A 870-kg race car can drive around an unbanked turn at a maximum speed of 41 m/s without slipping. The turn has a radius of 180 m. Air flowing over the car's wing exerts a downward-pointing force (called the downforce) of 11000 N on the car. (a) What is the coefficient of ...
May 25, 2011 by cswidener

physics1
A 850-kg race car can drive around an unbanked turn at a maximum speed of 61 m/s without slipping. The turn has a radius of 160 m. Air flowing over the car's wing exerts a downward-pointing force (called the downforce) of 11000 N on the car. (a) What is the coefficient of ...
February 14, 2011 by Gina

physics
A 850-kg race car can drive around an unbanked turn at a maximum speed of 61 m/s without slipping. The turn has a radius of 160 m. Air flowing over the car's wing exerts a downward-pointing force (called the downforce) of 11000 N on the car. (a) What is the coefficient of ...
February 15, 2011 by Gina

physics
A 950-kg race car can drive around an unbanked turn at a maximum speed of 46 m/s without slipping. The turn has a radius of 120 m. Air flowing over the car's wing exerts a downward-pointing force (called the downforce) of 12000 N on the car. (a) What is the coefficient of ...
July 1, 2013 by sammy

Physics
An 825-kg race car can drive around an unbanked turn at a maximum speed of 59 m/s without slipping. The turn has a radius of curvature of 135 m. Air flowing over the car's wing exerts a downward-pointing force (called the downforce) of 2700 N on the car. a) What is the ...
October 29, 2009 by Nikki

Physics
An 855-kg race car can drive around an unbanked turn at a maximum speed of 61 m/s without slipping. The turn has a radius of curvature of 165 m. Air flowing over the car's wing exerts a downward-pointing force (called the downforce) of 10900 N on the car. (a) What is the ...
October 6, 2012 by Moises

Physics
Car A is traveling at 18 m/s and car B at 25 m/s. Car A is 300m behind car B when the driver of Car A accelerates his car with an acceleration of 1.80m/s^2. How long does it take car A to overtake car B?
January 8, 2013 by B

science
When you are describing the rate that a race car goes around a track, should you use the term speed or velocity to describe the motion? Can the velocity of the car change without changing the average speed of the car?
February 21, 2008 by Jennifer

Physics Please help!
the coefficient of static friction between the coffee cup and the roof of a car is 0.28, If the maximum acceleration the car can have without causing a cup of coffee (on the top of the car) to slide is 2.7 m/s^. What is the smallest amount of time in which the person can ...
January 5, 2012 by Casey

Physics Please help!
the coefficient of static friction between the coffee cup and the roof of a car is 0.28, If the maximum acceleration the car can have without causing a cup of coffee (on the top of the car) to slide is 2.7 m/s^. What is the smallest amount of time in which the person can ...
January 5, 2012 by Casey

math
please help... A new car is sold with or without antilock brakes, with or without a Cd player, with or wothout electric seats, and with or without a sunroof. How many different choices are there?? A new car is sold with or without antilock brakes, 2 choices with or without a ...
October 18, 2006 by sheila

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