## To reduce the likelihood of an accident when driving, you should consider how far your car will travel before safely coming to a stop

Question

To reduce the likelihood of an accident when driving, you should consider how
far your car will travel before safely coming to a stop for the speed at which you
are traveling. Assume you are traveling on a dry road and have an average reaction
time. The formula d = 0.044s + 1.1s gives you a safe stopping distance d in feet,
where s is your speed in mi/h. Make a table of values for speeds of 10, 20, 30, 40,
50, and 60 mi/h. Then, graph the function.

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3 months 2021-10-19T21:11:08+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

d = 0.044s + 1.1s

d = 1.144s

s. | d.

10 | 11.44

20 | 22.88

30 | 34.32

40 | 45.76

50 | 57.2

60 | 68.64

For the graph, draw a straight line (only in the first quadrant) connecting:

(0,0) and (50,57.2)

Label the horizontal axis “speed (m/h)” and the vertical axis “distance (m)”

10 — 1.54

20 — 1.98

30 — 2.42

40 — 2.86

50 — 3.3

60 — 3.74

Step-by-step explanation:

jus tput the value of x:10,20,30,40,50,60 and calculate y

then plot x and y