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Q: What is the total distance treveled divided by the total time it look to go that distance?

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Look distance is the total length covered by a body and displacement is the shortest length covered by a body. Also displacement is a vector quantity (has both magnitude and direction) and distance is a scalar quantity (has only magnitude and no direction)

You can you distance in a sentence by : Look at the distance over there. Or :The distance over there is very far.

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Answer for Total Stopping Distance If you look at total stopping distance then it will depend on the speed, reaction time, condition of stopping equipment and tire coefficient to surface being traveled on. This formula will get you close but there are variables that will effect the out come in real time. X= speed x(squared) /20 + x = total stopping distance. Alternate Answer: Published data is 190 mph to 0 in 442 feet, so using Bringingthewood's formula for 60 mph, 60-0 is: 44 feet.

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Look at Xue et al. 2008 in ApJ.

Well just look on Winki! (insainer): no! i bet you dont even know how it was divided!

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