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Momentum modelling task: Investigating a collision
This problem is based on a real-life accident that took place some time ago and was investigated by the
local police force.
A Mini and its occupants, of total mass 760 kg, pulled out in front of a Ford Escort, which had mass 1040 kg
including the driver and passengers. The diagram below shows the tyre marks left by the cars at the site of
the accident.
coefficent of friction is 0.8
The speed limit on the road is 30 mph. What advice would you give to the police about which driver, if
either, to prosecute?
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(Original post by specimen45)
Momentum modelling task: Investigating a collision
This problem is based on a real-life accident that took place some time ago and was investigated by the
local police force.
A Mini and its occupants, of total mass 760 kg, pulled out in front of a Ford Escort, which had mass 1040 kg
including the driver and passengers. The diagram below shows the tyre marks left by the cars at the site of
the accident.
coefficent of friction is 0.8
The speed limit on the road is 30 mph. What advice would you give to the police about which driver, if
either, to prosecute?
Where is the diagram? What have you tried so far?
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