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You are driving a car with good brakes and new tyres on a dry asphalt road. How many metres is the stopping distance if your speed is 50 km/h and you react in 1.5 seconds?

First, consider the calculations of stopping distance, reaction distance and breaking distance.

Reaction distance:

  • remove the zero in the speed * reaction time * 3
  • 5 * 1.5 * 3 = 22.5 (rounded to 23 metres)

Braking distance:

  • remove the zero in the speed * remove the zero in the speed * 0.4
  • 5 * 5 * 0.4 = 10 metres

Stopping distance:

  • reaction distance + braking distance
  • 23 + 10 = 33 (rounded to 30 metres)

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