Stopping distance of a moving vehicle is directly proportional to |
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a) |
Square of the initial velocity |
b) |
Square of the initial acceleration |

c) |
The initial velocity |
d) |
The initial acceleration |

Stopping distance of a moving vehicle is directly proportional to |
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a) |
Square of the initial velocity |
b) |
Square of the initial acceleration |

c) |
The initial velocity |
d) |
The initial acceleration |

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Let be the distance travelled by the vehicle before it stops Here, final velocity , initial velocity Using equation of motion Or Stopping distance, |