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A motorist traveling at 15 m/s encounters a
deer in the road 46 m ahead.
If the maximum acceleration the vehicle’s
brakes are capable of is −7 m/s2, what is the
maximum reaction time of the motorist that
will allow her or him to avoid hitting the deer?

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