sara1990

02-26-2012, 12:21 AM

It is important for drivers to know how much time they need to come to a safe stop. the time needed to stop depends on the speed of the vehicle.

the following table gives safe stopping distances on dry pavement.

It is important for drivers to know how much time they need to come to a safe stop. the time needed to stop depends on the speed of the vehicle.

the following table gives safe stopping distances on dry pavement.

Speed (km/m)

Reaction-time distance (m)

Braking distance

(m)

Overall stopping distance (m)

0.00

0.00

0.00

20

8.33

1.77

10.10

40

16.67

7.09

23.77

60

25.00

15.96

40.96

80

33.33

28.38

61.71

100

41.67

44.35

86.02

A.what type of function best models the reaction-time distance for the given speeds?

B.sketch a graph and deremine an equation for the type of function you chose in part A, using the data in the table.

C.what type of function best models the braking distance for the given speeds?

D.sketch a graph and determine an equation for the type of function you chose in part C, using the data in the table?

E. do any of the three distances in the table increase at a cnstant rate?

F.what other factors, in addition to the speed of the vehicle, may affect the overall stopping distance?

G.use the graphs and equations you found to predict the reaction times,braking distances, and overall stopping distances, in metres , for speeds of 70 km/h and 120 km/h.

the following table gives safe stopping distances on dry pavement.

It is important for drivers to know how much time they need to come to a safe stop. the time needed to stop depends on the speed of the vehicle.

the following table gives safe stopping distances on dry pavement.

Speed (km/m)

Reaction-time distance (m)

Braking distance

(m)

Overall stopping distance (m)

0.00

0.00

0.00

20

8.33

1.77

10.10

40

16.67

7.09

23.77

60

25.00

15.96

40.96

80

33.33

28.38

61.71

100

41.67

44.35

86.02

A.what type of function best models the reaction-time distance for the given speeds?

B.sketch a graph and deremine an equation for the type of function you chose in part A, using the data in the table.

C.what type of function best models the braking distance for the given speeds?

D.sketch a graph and determine an equation for the type of function you chose in part C, using the data in the table?

E. do any of the three distances in the table increase at a cnstant rate?

F.what other factors, in addition to the speed of the vehicle, may affect the overall stopping distance?

G.use the graphs and equations you found to predict the reaction times,braking distances, and overall stopping distances, in metres , for speeds of 70 km/h and 120 km/h.