A brake is applied to a car traveling at a constant speed of 25 m/s. If the deceleration caused by the braking action is 5 m/per second squared, find the time before the car stops.
a. 1s
b. 2s
c. 4s
d. 5s
Determine the distance traveled before the car stops, IF the car stops at t = 5 seconds.
a. 52.5 m
b. 62.5 m
c. 25

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Need help with this assignment... I am very confused on how to do it. Please show all work and fill out the worksheet below.
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1. Generate a scatterplot. The variables will be weights of cars (x) and the corresponding braking distances (y).
2. Using the prediction procedure, find the best predicted braking dist