# Chris 4. During a head-on collision, a passenger in the front seat...

## Question

Chris
4. During a head-on collision, a passenger in the front seat of a car accelerates from 13.3m/s (30 miles/hour) to rest in 0.10 S.
a. Calculate the acceleration of the passenger.
b.The driver of the car holds out his arm to keep his 25 kg child (who is not wearing a seatbelt) from smashing into the dashboard. How much force must he exert on the child?
c. What is the weight of the child?
d. Convert parts pounds. (1 lb = 4.45N). What are the forces in b and C from Newtons to chances the driver will be able to stop the child?

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