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**When the brakes are applied, a car decelerates at 0.7
meters per second per second. Use antiderivatives to determine the
stopping distance for a car traveling 100 km/hr. That is, how far
does this car travel between the instant the brakes are applied and
the instant it comes to a complete stop. Be careful with your
units!**

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