He starts sliding and slows at a constant deceleration of 0.52 m/s^2. During the first 4 seconds, how far has he traveled?

A hockey player who is skating at a velocity of 15.0 m/s toward the center of the ice suddenly stops skating. He starts sliding and slows at a constant deceleration of 0.52 m/s^2. During the first 4 seconds, how far has he traveled? How long does he take to come to a stop? What is his velocity at t=7.0 s?


 

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