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Figure 2 illustrates the same person in the same seat, protected by a seat belt + air bag system. This
means that the same two-foot space is now used to help him decelerate over a much larger distance.
2. C. Calculate the acceleration, in feet per second, necessary to go from a velocity of 30 miles per
hour to zero miles per hour in a distance of 1/2 inch. Show your work. You can type this in, or hand
write it, scan it and insert it here.
44^2 +2a(0.041)=0
Hints: 30 miles per hour is 44 feet per second. The equation needed to solve this problem is in Section
2.4 of the Interactive Textbook. The problem has not told you anything about time, because time is not
needed to solve the problem.

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