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Question #33641
For a motorcycle traveling at speed v (in mph) when the brakes are applied, the distance d (in feet) required to stop the motorcycle may be approximated by the formula d=.05v^2+v. Find the instantaneous rate of change of distance with respect to velocity when the speed is 47mph,
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Assignment Expert
19.01.2017 08:58

Dear visitor, 47mph=47*1.467ft/s=68.949ft/s=68.949*60ft/min=4,136.94ft/min

Karen Demarest
18.01.2017 13:24

How is 47mph equal to 88fpmin?

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