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a car moving at 15 meters per second skids to a stop in 20 meters. if the car travels at 45 meters per second, how far will it skid, assuming the same constant braking force

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  1. The skid distance is proportional to the square of the initial velocity.

    The initial velocity is tripled. What happens to the square of velocity?

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