Question Solved1 Answer According to Car and Driver, an Alfa Romeo going 70 mph requires 177 feet to stop. Assuming that the stopping distance is proportional to the square of the velocity, find the stopping distance required by an Alfa Romeo going at 65 mph and at 95 mph. At 65 mph, stopping distance = At 95 mph, stopping distance = (include units) (include units)

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Transcribed Image Text: According to Car and Driver, an Alfa Romeo going 70 mph requires 177 feet to stop. Assuming that the stopping distance is proportional to the square of the velocity, find the stopping distance required by an Alfa Romeo going at 65 mph and at 95 mph. At 65 mph, stopping distance = At 95 mph, stopping distance = (include units) (include units)
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Transcribed Image Text: According to Car and Driver, an Alfa Romeo going 70 mph requires 177 feet to stop. Assuming that the stopping distance is proportional to the square of the velocity, find the stopping distance required by an Alfa Romeo going at 65 mph and at 95 mph. At 65 mph, stopping distance = At 95 mph, stopping distance = (include units) (include units)
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Pogei 1Soluo- let the stopping distance "is" and velocity "v"Now given quad v=70mph8=177" feet "also given &propv^(2)Sigma=kv^(2)where k=> constantNow quad177=k(70)^(2)k=(177)/((70)^(2))put in equ^(n) (1)s={(177)/((70)^(2))}^(2)Now at v=65mph{:[s=(177)/((70)^(2))xx(65)^(2)],[s=(177)/(70 xx70)xx65 xx65]:}Pagei-2{:[=(17 ... See the full answer