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We are not told if the car just reaches the deer, or gets to some other distance before or past the deer. If it just reaches the deer, it traveled 90 metres of course. From the information supplied it doesn't matter where the deer was.

Q: How far did the car travel before stopping after traveling 21 ms with a deer in the 90 meters away?

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0.07km

That depends on the speed at which one is traveling.

That isn't how it works. If you travel counterclockwise around the world, you are always traveling west. If you are traveling clockwise, your are always traveling east. Buy a map or a sat nav or just run around in circles because then you be going east, west south and north from me you dont who i am do you you nan is made of atom so is her car and your dog. thats pretty but your not pretty

1249 + 2987 + 66245 = 70481

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At 10 miles per hour, a car is traveling 16,090 meters per hour.

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To find the distance traveled before stopping, we can use the equation of motion: distance = initial velocity * time + 0.5 * acceleration * time^2. Since the final velocity is 0 m/s, the distance traveled is 13m/s * 5s = 65 meters.

The time it takes to travel 425 meters depends on the speed at which you are traveling. For example, if you are running at a speed of 5 meters per second, it would take you 85 seconds to travel 425 meters.

There are no guidelines that Jehovah's Witnesses have to observe when traveling. They can travel at any time they choose to.

80,000 kilo meters

1.55 miles = 2494.4832 meters So you must travel 2494.4832 meters before you can say that you have traveled 1.55 miles.

it could travel about a thousand mile or even more

0.3355 seconds at 200mph

Nope. The faster car could be traveling in circles, or starting and stopping repeatedly, while the slower car could continue on farther.

There are 24 hours in a day giving you 168 hours. That works out to be 10,080 kilometers.