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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.

s=v²/2•a =26²/2•2=…
N=s/2•π•R=..
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