Question

A car in stop-and-go traffic starts at rest, moves forward 25

m

in 8.0

s

, then comes to rest again.

What distance does the car cover in the last 2.0 seconds of its motion?

Express your answer using two significant figures.

Step 1

The distance covered by the car in last 2.0 seconds can be calculated using given steps.

Step 2

The distance covered by the car in last 2.0 seconds can be calculated using given steps.

Given:

Step 3

Calculation:

According to first equ...

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