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This bar graph shows the stopping distance (in feet) for a car traveling at different speeds. 800 700 600 500 400 300 100 40 50 ft/sec 60 ft/sec 70 ft/sec 100 80 ft/sec 90 ft/sec ft/sec ft/sec Speed Approximately how many feet would it take a car traveling at 40 ft/sec to stop? 130 V o feet Distance (fD