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The stopping distance depends, not only on the car and its speed but also on

- the reflexes of the driver,
- the mass of the car INCLUDING all passengers and luggage,
- the condition of the brakes,
- the tread on the tyres, and
- the condition of the road.

Q: What is the stopping distance of a 2010 ford explorer at 25 miles per hour?

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Here's a much shorter answer, showing the process to get there, with unit conversion in brackets:50 [miles/hour] * 1/60 [hour/minutes] * 105 [minutes] = 50 / 60 * 105 [miles] =87.5 [miles].Read my original response for a more in-depth explanation of unit conversion.-dluberger 09/02/2013***Original Answer***It is important to use proper unit conversion techniques here:Speed is a scalar quantity expressed in distance-per-unit-time; since you want to end up with a distance in the same units as the speed, but your speed involves a different time unit, you must convert the given time to the same units, like so:(50 miles / 1 hour) * (1 hour / 60 minutes) = (50 miles / 60 minutes) ; so divide 50 into 60, and leave the new units: [miles / minute], read "miles per minute". notice in the preceding equation, the first "fraction" has hours on the bottom (50 miles / 1 hour), and the next fraction has hours on the top (1 hour / 60 minutes). The reason we do this is because we want to know "If the resultant units must be in minutes, how do I express my speed in minutes?" To do so, we must somehow replace "hours" with minutes. The trick is to remember that a fraction with some number (or unit in this case) on the bottom, multiplied by a fraction with the samenumber on top causes that number to be cancelled.So we get 50/60 miles-per-minute or 0.833 miles-per-minute. Now we can answer the original question:(0.833 miles / 1 minute) * (105 minutes) : the minutes cancel, leaving only the unit miles: 0.833 miles * 105 = 87.5 milesAs a good excecise, take this technique of unit conversion, and try something like:Given a speed of 50 mph (miles-per-hour), how many feet are travelled in 10 seconds?Hint: you have to convert two units, not just one: miles to feet, and hours to seconds.The answer is 733.33 feet. See if you can come up with the same answer.-dluberger 4/10/2010

It depends on the altitude of the orbit it is in. When the shuttle visits the ISS it is travelling at approximately 17,000 MPH. Incidentally the shuttle is due to make its last flight later this year (2010)

From the 1st January, 2010 to 1st September, 2010 there are 244 days.

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