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/content/aapt/journal/tpt/51/5/10.1119/1.4801350
2013-05-01
2016-06-30

Abstract

Stopping distances in car braking can be an intriguing topic in physics teaching. It illustrates some basic principles of physics, and sheds valuable light on students' attitude towards aggressive driving. Due to safety considerations, it can be difficult to make experiments with actual car braking.

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