Physics; Work and Energy

Jun 12th, 2015
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Two race cars are approaching the finish line of a race. A car (Car B) moving at constant velocity of 330 km/h passes the lead car (Car A) 500 m from the finish line. To try to recapture the lead, the drive of Car A slap on the accelerator and Car A speeds up at a rate of 5 m/s^2 from an initial velocity of 290 km/h. How far from and on what side of the finish line (before or after) does car A catch up to car B?

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