# Physics

A car will skid to a halt at a uniform rate of -9.4 m/s^2. If you measure skid marks that are 34 m long, with what speed was the car going just before the driver slammed the brakes?

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1. time = √(2 * distance / acceleration)

initial velocity = 2 (distance / time)

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