Physics- Braking and Braking Distance

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1. How does a vehicle slow down?

  • Increasing the resistant forces and decreasing the push from the engine
  • Increasing the push from the engine and decreasing the resistant force
  • Increasing the resistant force and increasing the push from the engine
  • Decreasing the push from the engine and decreasing the resistant force.
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2. What is stopping distance?

  • The time from the driver pushing the breaks and the breaks working
  • The overall time it took for a car to completely come to a halt
  • The overall distance it takes for a car to completely stop-from when the driver noticed they should stop and did
  • The distance it took from the driver pushing the brakes and the brakes working

3. Which of these affect braking distance...

  • The condition of the tires
  • Use of alcohol or drugs
  • The reactions of the driver
  • The type of car

4. When a vehicle is travelling at a steady speed the resultant force is...

  • Slowing the car down
  • Making the car go in the same direction
  • Zero
  • Making the car go in the opposite direction

5. Thinking distance is...

  • The distance taken for the driver to come to a halt
  • The distance traveled between the driver reacting and braking
  • The time taken for the driver to react
  • The time taken for the driver to come to a halt

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