Points possible: 5. Total attempts: 5

Let f = 0.8 and G = 0.05. Write a simplified form of the formula for the braking distance d using these values for the two variables. Your formula should involve the remaining variable V.

d =

Do not round the value in the denominator. If you have trouble, you will get a hint after two attempts.

While the original equation involved four variables, this simplified formula just involves two, allowing us to compare how changing the initial velocity changes braking distance.

#4 Points possible: 16. Total attempts: 5

For each of the velocities in the table, given in miles per hour, first convert them to feet per second. Then, use your simplified formula from above to determine the braking distance. Give answers to two decimal places.

Velocity (miles/hr) Velocity….