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**physicss**

What average force is required to stop an 1100 kg car in 9.1 s if it is traveling at 83 km/h?

*November 1, 2010 by Devon*

**physics**

What average force is required to stop an 1100-kg car in 8.0 s if it is traveling at 95 km/h? i got the answer to be 13062.5 N. i don't think that's right...

*November 21, 2007 by beckii*

**physics: BOB or DRWLS follow up question**

What average force is required to stop an 1100-kg car in 8.0 s if it is traveling at 95 km/h? i understand what you both did, but why can't you use the V = Vo + at equation and solve for acceleration there and use that in the EF = ma equation?

*November 21, 2007 by beckii*

**Physics**

What average force is required to stop an 1700 car in 7.0 if the car is traveling at 75 ?

*September 8, 2010 by Ariel*

**Physics**

What average force is required to stop an 1700 kg car in 7.0 s if the car is traveling at 75 km/h?

*September 8, 2010 by Ariel*

**physics**

What average force is required to stop an 1300 -kg car in 9.0 s if the car is traveling at 90 km/h?

*September 21, 2010 by cindy*

**Physics**

What average force is required to stop an 1600 -kg car in 8.0 s if the car is traveling at 80 km/h?

*October 11, 2010 by Katie*

**physics**

What average force is required to stop an 1900 car in 6.0 if the car is traveling at 80 ?

*April 18, 2011 by colleen*

**physics**

What average force is required to stop a 920kg car in 7.7s if the car is traveling at 83km/h ?

*February 15, 2015 by Dre*

**Physics**

What is the magnitude of the average force required to stop an 1400kg car in 9.0s if the car is traveling at 85km/h ?

*October 3, 2014 by Anonymous*

**physics**

a 2250 kg car is traveling at 20 m/s to the west. the force required to stop the car at 7890 N to the east. How long will it take the car to stop? How far would the car move before stopping?

*February 25, 2014 by Karen*

**Physics**

What is the magnitude of the average force required to stop an 1500 kg car in 8.0 s if the care is traveling at 95 km/h? Sum of F = ma?

*June 13, 2012 by Mike*

**physics**

A car of mass 1100 kg that is traveling at 27 m/s starts to slow down and comes to a complete stop in 578 m. What is the magnitude of the braking force (in N) acting on the car?

*April 15, 2015 by Mazdaly*

**Math Models**

The distance needed to stop a car (d) varies directly with the aquare of the speed of the car (s). If a car traveling 25 mph requires 0 feet to stop, how many feet will be required to stop a car that is traveling at 60 mph?

*June 13, 2012 by Andre*

**physics**

A 1000 kg car in neutral gear slow from 15 m/s to a stop in 5.0 s due to the force of friction. A. What was the acceleration of the car. B. What was the car’s initial momentum? C. What was its final momentum? D. What was the change in momentum of the car? E. What was the ...

*October 23, 2011 by Anonymous*

**science**

A car traveling along the highway needs a certain amount of force exerted on it to stop. More stopping force may be required when the car has:

*February 20, 2013 by john*

**physics**

What average force in N is required to stop an 1,188 kg car in 9 s if it is initially traveling at 89 km/h? f=ma f=1,188(9.8) f=11642.4N This looks wrong to me. Can someone explain this to me.

*October 1, 2009 by josh*

**physical science**

a car traveling along the highway needs a certain amount of force exerted on it to stop.more stopping force may be required when the car has: ;

*February 4, 2011 by denise*

**Math**

The distance require to stop a car varies directly as the square of its speed. If 250 feet are required to stop a car traveling 60 miles per hour, how many feet are required to stop a car traveling 96 miles per hour!

*May 8, 2014 by Angela*

**Physics**

Calculate the force needed to bring a 1100–kg car to rest from a speed of 83.0 km/h in a distance of 118 m (a fairly typical distance for a non-panic stop). Suppose instead the car hits a concrete abutment at full speed and is brought to a stop in 1.82 m. Calculate the force...

*March 16, 2016 by Emiliee*

**Algebra**

The distance required for an emergency stop for a car varies directly as the square of the car’s speed. A car traveling at 50 mph requires 140 feet to stop. What is the stopping distance for a car traveling at 30 mph? What is the stopping distance for a car traveling at 70 mph?

*October 22, 2011 by Elena*

**Physics**

1580 kg car is traveling with speed of 15 m/s. What is magnitude of horizontal net force that's required to bring the car to a stop in 50 m?

*October 5, 2009 by Jenn*

**Physics**

Suppose a 1,600 kg car is traveling at 20.0 m/s. What average force is needed to stop the car in 4.0 s? Can you explain to me how you got your answer, thank you.

*February 16, 2013 by Demere*

**Physics**

A 2010 kg car traveling to the west at 18.5 m/s slows down uniformly under a force of 8880 N to the east. a) How much force would be required to cause the same acceleration on a car of mass 3120 kg? How far would the car move before stop- ping? Answer in units of m

*November 13, 2011 by Eileen*

**Physics**

A 1000 kg car traveling at 72 km/h strikes a concrete wall and comes to a full stop in 2 sec. What is the average force of impact exerted on the car?

*November 14, 2012 by Yanely*

**Physics**

How large an average force is required to stop a 1400-kg car in 5.0 s if the car’s initial speed is 25 m/s?

*March 12, 2014 by Bola*

**physics**

a 1540 kg truck is traveling at 95 km/hr. what average force is required to stop in 10 seconds

*November 3, 2011 by cody*

**Physics**

In an emergency stop to avoid an accident, a shoulder-strap seatbelt holds a 58 passenger in place. If the car was initially traveling at 94 and came to a stop in 5.2 along a straight, level road, what was the magnitude of the average force applied to the passenger by the ...

*May 25, 2011 by EL*

**Physics**

What is the magnitude of the average force required to stop an 1500kig car in 8.0 s if the care is traveling at 95 km/h? Formula: Sigma F= ma *convert 95km/h to 26m/s Which kinematic equation do I use and for which variable do I use within the equation?

*June 11, 2012 by Mr. McKee*

**Physics**

what is the average force needed to stop a car traveling 28m/s in 55m?

*February 19, 2013 by Tory*

**Physics**

what is the average force needed to stop a car traveling 28m/s in 55m?

*February 19, 2013 by Tory*

**Physics**

what is the average force needed to stop a car (1000kg) traveling 28m/s in 55m?

*February 19, 2013 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

A 2340 kg car traveling to the west at 20.7 m/s slows down uniformly under a force of 8340 N to the east. a) How much force would be required to cause the same acceleration on a car of mass 3180 kg? Answer in units of N. b) How far would the car move before stop- ping? Answer ...

*April 18, 2011 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

A car moving initially at a speed of 80 km/h and weighing 13,000 N is brought to a stop ina distance of 61 m. Find(a) the braking force and (b) the time required to stop. Assuming the same braking force, find (c) the distance and (d) the time required to stop if the car were ...

*February 24, 2014 by Anonymous*

**algebra**

The stopping distance d of a car after the brakes are applied directly as the square of the speed r. If a car traveling 80mph can stop in 360ft, how many feet will it take the same car to stop when it is traveling 90mph

*November 17, 2011 by lisa*

**physics**

A car (mass = 750 kg) is initially moving with velocity 30 m/s. The driver slowly presses on the brakes and bring the car to a stop, traveling 50 m in the process. Calculate the force of friction between the car and the ground that brings it to a stop. Draw a free-body diagram...

*January 19, 2015 by Cassie*

**physics**

In an emergency stop to avoid an accident,a shoulderstrap seat belt holds a 60-kg passenger firmly in place. If the car were initally traveling at 90 km/h and came to a stop in 5.5s along a straight, level road, what was the average force applied to the passenger by the seatbelt?

*January 17, 2008 by melissa*

**algebra**

The stooping distance d of a car after the brakes are appied varies directly as the square root of the speed r. If a car traveling 40mph can stop in 90 ft., how many feet will it take the same car to stop when it is traveling 60 mph.

*June 1, 2012 by ll*

**PHYSICS**

A CAR IS MOVING INITIALLY AT A SPEED OF 50MI/H WEIGHTING 3000LB IS BROUGT TO A STOP IN A DISTANCE OF 200FT FIND THE BRAKING FORCE.AND FIND TIME REQUIRED TO STOP ASSUMING THE SAME BRAKING FORCE..AND FIND THE DISTANCE AND TIME REQUIRED TO STOP IF THE CAR WERE GOING 25MI/H ...

*January 23, 2016 by WASEEM*

**Math**

A truck traveling at an average rate of 45 miles per hour leaves a rest stop. Fifteen minutes later a car traveling at an average rate of 60 miles per hour leaves the same rest stop traveling the same route. How long will it take for the car to catch up with the truck?

*February 12, 2013 by nick*

**algebra**

The stopping distance d of a car after the brakes have been applied varies directly as the square of the speed r. if the car traveling 70mph cab stop in 270ft, how many feet will it take the same car to stop when it 1s traveling 50 mph

*July 16, 2008 by Frnciois*

**math (stats)**

For a car traveling 30 mph in normal conditions, the distance required to brake to a stop is normally with a mean of 50 feet and a standard deviation of 8. you are traveling in a area at 30 mph and a car swerves into your path at a distance of 60 feet away. what is the ...

*November 17, 2014 by sarah*

**Physics**

I'm given two cars A and B Car A is 1100 kg and traveling at 11 m/s Car B is 1400 kg and traveling at 15 m/s and I'm asked to fidn the velocity of both is just the net velocity 4 m/s ??? I'm also to find the impulse and how would I do that??? impulse is chang in momentum over ...

*June 17, 2009 by Physics*

**physics**

In,an,emergency,stop,to,avoid,an,accident,a,shoulderstrap,seat,belt,holds,a,60kg,passenger,firmly,in,place.If,the,car,were,initially,traveling,at,90km/h,andcame,to,a,complete,stop,in5.5s,along,a,straight,level,road,what,was,the,average,force,applied,to,the,passenger,by,the,...

*January 19, 2008 by melissa*

**Calculus Antiderivative Problem**

A car traveling at 46 mph decelerates at 21 feet per second per second. a). How long does it take for the car to come to a complete stop? b). What distance is required to bring the car to a complete stop? An

*November 8, 2013 by Claire*

**Algebra 2**

Story problems are my favorite. However, I can not figure this one out. THe stopping distance d of a car after the breaks are applied varies directly as the square of the speed r. If a car traveling at 70mph can stop in 270 ft. How many feet will it take the same car to stop ...

*August 3, 2010 by Christy*

**Physics**

A 1400-kg car rounds a curve of 57-m banked at an angle of 14 degrees. If the car is traveling at 98-km/h (27-m/s), will a friction force be required? If so in what direction? How much friction force will be required?

*June 14, 2012 by Mike*

**Physical science**

How much work is required to stop a car that is 800.0 kg car that is traveling at 20.0 m/s?

*March 10, 2013 by Kizzy*

**Physical science**

How much work is required to stop a car that is 800.0 kg car that is traveling at 20.0 m/s?

*March 10, 2013 by Kizzy*

**physic**

The brakes on a car permit it to decelerate at the rate of 0.80 m/s2. How much distance is required to stop this car when it is traveling at 60.0 km/hr?

*September 25, 2016 by Michelle*

**Physics**

A 750 kg car traveling 22.0 m/s due north crashes into a 1500 kg truck traveling 20 m/s due west. The two vehicles become locked together and travel 19.0 m before stopping. Find the average frictional force (magnitude and direction) that brings the two to a stop.

*August 10, 2012 by Chad*

**Science**

Moving at 20 m/s , a remote controlled car of mass 1000kg hits a pile of sand and comes to rest in 10 s. Find the average force that acted to stop the car. The same car now hits a wall and comes to rest in 1s. Find the average force that acted to stop the car. Use knowledge ...

*August 22, 2006 by Abby*

**Physics**

A 1550 kg car is traveling with a speed of 12.4 m/s. What is the magnitude of the horizontal net force that is required to bring the car to a halt in a distance of 50.3 m? I found the force of the car to be 14700 by using F=ma. I am confused on what to do with the rest of the ...

*February 4, 2016 by Emily*

**engg**

a test car of mass 1250 kg is traveling at a speed of 72 kmph, when it is suddenly braked by locking the wheels. the average vehicle comes to a stop in a distance of 50 m. skid resisting force is.

*April 7, 2016 by rajat*

**Physics Part A HELP!!**

4.) In coming to a stop, a car leaves skid marks 80m long on the highway. Assuming a DEceleration of 7.00 m/s^2 (m/s/s), estimate the speed of the car just before breaking. 6.) A car traveling @ 90km/h strikes a tree. The front end of the car compresses and the driver comes to...

*December 14, 2015 by Jess*

**College Physic**

2) A car traveling with 5 m/s encounters a deer. The drivers slams on the breaks, the breaks lock. The car skids to a complete stop on the road ahead (and the deer runs away). Why does the car stop (where does all the kinetic energy it had go)? Find the magnitude of the ...

*March 23, 2012 by Mary*

**physics**

A certain sports car accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 9.0 s (average acceleration = 3.0 m/s2). The mass of the car is 1354 kg. The average backward force due to air drag during acceleration is 280 N. Find the forward force required to give the car this acceleration.

*August 17, 2011 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A car comes to a stop for a stop sign in 4.6 seconds. If it was initially traveling at 27.5 m/s, how much space did it take for the car to stop?

*September 17, 2011 by Steve*

**Science**

A motor car of mass 800kg traveling at 20m/s brought to rest by break over 100m calculate the average breaking force required

*January 20, 2015 by Pboy*

**physics**

A car, mass - 1950 kg, accelerates at +2.33 m/s (squared). Find the magnitude of the normal force acting on the car. If later, when the car is cruising at 26.5 m/s, the driver applies a force of magnitude 10,000 N to stop the car. What is the distance it takes for the car to ...

*February 12, 2012 by jane*

**math**

The stopping distance d of a car after tehe brakes are applied varies directly as the square of the speed r. If a car traveling 50 mph can stop in 140 ft. How many feet will it take the same car to stop when it is traveling 70 mph? I did everything and I got 6860/25, how do I ...

*July 3, 2009 by Kay*

**math**

The stopping distance D of a car after the brakes have been applied varies directly as the square of the speed s. A certain car traveling at 70 mi/h can stop in 343 ft. What is the maximum speed it can be traveling if it needs to stop in 160 ft?

*February 26, 2013 by El*

**Physics**

a 1000 kg car traveling at 30 m/s suddenly stops in 5 seconds. how much force was used to stop the car?

*April 13, 2011 by Kay*

**physical science**

A car traveling at 30 mph can stop in about 100 ft. How far does it take for the same car to stop if it is traveling at 60 mph?

*December 15, 2011 by Fonda*

**physics**

A 1100 kg car coasts on a horizontal road with a speed of 19 m/s. After crossing a an unpaved, sandy stretch of road 32 m long, its speed decreases to 12 m/s. (a) Was the net force done on the car positive, negative, or zero? Explain (b) Find the magnitude of the average net ...

*April 17, 2013 by phirum*

**Dynamics**

A car is traveling at a speed of 80 km/h when the brakes are suddenly applied, causing a constant deceleration of 3.24 m/s2. Determine the time required to stop the car and the distance traveled before stopping

*November 16, 2016 by simon*

**grade 11 physics**

sue drives her 1452 kg car along a straight road at a constant velocity of 30 m/s [E]. Ger brakes suddently give out. she puts the car in neutral and lets it coast for 25 seconds. The air drag decelerates the car to a velocityof 25 m/s [E]. assume a frictionless surface. PART ...

*January 23, 2010 by Laura*

**Physics -Impulse- part 2**

1) A 0.50 kg object is at rest. A 3.00 N force to the right acts on the object during a time interval of 1.50 s a) What is the impulse? b) What is the velocity of the object at the end of this time interval? 2) A 2250 kg car traveling to the west at 20.0 m/s slows down ...

*February 24, 2013 by Isis*

**Physics**

On vacation, your 1300 kg car pulls a 540 kg trailer away from a stop light with an acceleration of 1.80 m/s2. What is the net force acting on the car? I have determined: 1) the force acting on the car by the trailer is 972 N. 2) The force acting on the trailer by the car is ...

*January 17, 2010 by Bobby C*

**Physics**

On vacation, your 1300 kg car pulls a 540 kg trailer away from a stop light with an acceleration of 1.80 m/s2. What is the net force acting on the car? I have determined: 1) the force acting on the car by the trailer is 972 N. 2) The force acting on the trailer by the car is ...

*January 18, 2010 by Robert C*

**Physics**

As part of a safety investigation, two 1200kg cars traveling at 24m/s are crashed into different barriers. Find the average force exerted on the car that hits a concrete barrier and takes 0.16s to stop.

*December 7, 2014 by Becca*

**Physics**

A force of -9200 N is used to stop 1500 kg car traveling at 23 m/s. What braking distance is need to bring the car to a halt?

*September 19, 2007 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A force of -9000 N is used to stop a 1500kg car traveling at 20 m/s. What braking distance is needed to bring the car to a halt?

*November 1, 2011 by Bobbie*

**Physics**

A car is traveling at 50km/h. The driver sees a child run out into the road 5m ahead. She applies the breaks and the car stops in 5s. The driver's thinking time is 1.5s. a. Will the car stop in time? b. If the driver's thinking time is increased to 2.5s, will the car stop in ...

*December 17, 2016 by Yesuf*

**Physics**

A 1000Kg car is traveling at 40 m/s. a.) if the car stops in 20 seconds, what is the deceleration rate? b.) what friction force will stop the car in 20 seconds?

*December 1, 2015 by Ellen*

**Physics**

A force of -9000N is used to stop a 1500 kg car traveling at 20m/s. What braking distance is needed to bring the car to a halt?

*October 24, 2016 by Melissa*

**Math~ Algebra 1**

Two cars are traveling on the same highway. The first car is traveling at an average rate of 44mi/h. The second car leaves an hour late traveling at an average rate of 55mi/h. How long will the cars have traveled when the second car catches up with the first car?

*September 27, 2016 by Scott*

**physics!**

The driver of a 1560 kg automobile traveling at 24 m/s on a leve, paved road hits the brakes to stop for a red light. determine the distance needed to stop the car if the coefficient of friction between the car tires and the road is .80 -one of the steps required of me to ...

*September 23, 2011 by grace*

**algebraic reasoning**

the relationship b/w the distance d, in feet, required to stop a vehicle and s, the speed in miles per hour that the vehicle was traveling, is given by the equation d=0.0155s(squared)/f f represents the coefficient of friction b/w the tires and the road *it took a car 205 feet...

*February 23, 2008 by megan*

**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*

**calc**

a) A car is traveling at 50 mi/h when the brakes are fully applied, producing a constant deceleration of 40 ft/s^2. What is the distance covered before the car comes to a stop? b) A car braked with a constant deceleration of 40 ft/s^2 and produced skid marks measuring 160 feet...

*November 22, 2009 by Jill*

**physics**

A car traveling 72.0 km/h along a straight, level road is brought uniformly to a stop in a distance of 40.0 m. If the car weighs 8.8 x 103 N, what is the braking force?

*December 7, 2010 by Madeline*

**physics**

A car traveling 72.0 km/h along a straight, level road is brought uniformly to a stop in a distance of 40.0 m. If the car weighs 8.8 x 103 N, what is the braking force?

*December 7, 2010 by Madeline*

**physics**

A 2200-kg sport utility vehicle traveling at 96 km/h can be stopped in 0.21 s if it hits a concrete wall. Assume a 60 kg person was in the car that hit this wall. The velocity of the person equals that of the car both before and after the crash, and the velocity changes in 0....

*December 6, 2010 by lets go*

**grade 11 physics**

PLEASE HELP - NOBODY ANSWERED MY QUESTION YESTERDAY. sue drives her 1452 kg car along a straight road at a constant velocity of 30 m/s [E]. Ger brakes suddently give out. she puts the car in neutral and lets it coast for 25 seconds. The air drag decelerates the car to a ...

*January 24, 2010 by Laura*

**Physics**

A 1500 kg car is moving 18 m/s how much force is required to bring the car to a stop in 12 seconds

*November 2, 2015 by Kyeanna*

**science**

a car of mass 900 kg moves at 10 m/s. what is the braking force required to stop the car in a time of 5 seconds?

*June 29, 2009 by anonymous*

**science**

a car of mass 900 kg moves at 10 m/s. what is the breaking force required to stop the car in a time of 5 seconds?

*September 17, 2009 by amy*

**Science**

A car of mass 900kg moves at 10 m/s. what is the braking force required to stop the car in a time of 5 seconds?

*March 17, 2011 by shantae*

**physics**

a 2400-lb (=10.7-kn)car traveling at 30 mi/h (=13.4m/s)attempts to round an unbanked curve with a radius of 200ft (=61.0m).(a) what force of friction is required to keep the car on its path?(b) what minimum coefficient of static friction between the tires and road is required

*March 11, 2010 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

The parachute on a race car of weight 8,810 N opens at the end of a quarter-mile run when the car is traveling at 34 m/s. What total retarding force must be supplied by the parachute to stop the car in a distance of 1,100 m?

*February 7, 2013 by Ray*

**physical science**

a car of mass 900 kg move at 10 m/s. What is the braking force required to stop the car in a time of 5 seconds?

*February 11, 2008 by jake*

**Physics**

A car is traveling at 95km/hr when it collides with a stone wall. The car comes to rest after the first 30 cm of the car is crushed.what was the average horizontal force acting on a 68.1 kg driver while the car came to rest? If 5 cardboard boxes each 1.25 m wide and filled ...

*October 2, 2011 by Dan*

**physics**

A car that weighs 1.5 × 10^4 N is initially moving at a speed of 43 km/h when the brakes are applied and the car is brought to a stop in 16 m. Assuming that the force that stops the car is constant, find (a) the magnitude of that force and (b) the time required for the change...

*October 8, 2010 by monnie*

**Physics**

Moving at 20 m/s , a remote controlled car of mass 1000kg hits a pile of sand and comes to rest in 10 s. Find the average force that acted to stop the car. The same car now hits a wall and comes to rest in 1s. Find the average force that acted to stop the car. Use knowledge ...

*August 24, 2006 by Abby*

**physical science explorations**

A car of mass 900 kg moves at 10 m/s. What is the braking force required to stop the car in a time of 5 seconds?

*August 25, 2009 by Peter S.*

**physics**

A railroad car with a mass of 2000kg is rolling at a speed of 15m/s. What force would be required to stop the car in 10 seconds?

*March 21, 2013 by Tcrowder*

**physics**

Raul pushes a stalled car with a force of 204 N. If the required force decreases at a constant rate from 204 N to 44.0 N for a distance of 16.3 m in 16.0 s, calculate the average power required to move the car. 204-44=160 160*16.3/16 2608/16 answer: 163 W

*April 3, 2008 by Jon*

**AP physics**

A car is traveling at 60.0 mph when it collides with a stone wall. The car comes to rest after the first foot of the car is crushed. What was the average horizontal force acting on a 150-lb driver while the car came to rest? If five cardboard boxes, each 4 ft wide and filled ...

*September 24, 2013 by leia*

**physics repost**

Raul pushes a stalled car with a force of 204 N. If the required force decreases at a constant rate from 204 N to 44.0 N for a distance of 16.3 m in 16.0 s, calculate the average power required to move the car. 204-44=160 160*16.3/16 2608/16 answer: 163 W

*April 4, 2008 by Jon*