Question: a A car traveling at a speed of v can

(a) A car traveling at a speed of v can brake to an emergency stop in a distance x. Assuming all other driving conditions are similar, if the traveling speed of the car doubles, the stopping distance will be (1) √2x, (2) 2x, (3) 4x.
(b) A driver traveling at in a school zone can brake to an emergency stop in 3.00 m. What would be the braking distance if the car were traveling at 60.0 km/h?

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