(a) Show that the minimum stopping distance for an automobile traveling at speed v is equal to v 2..

(a) Show that the minimum stopping distance
for an automobile traveling at speed v is equal to v2/2 sg, where s is the coefficient of static friction between the tires and the
road, and g is the acceleration of gravity. (b) What is this distance for a
1200-kg car traveling 95 km /h if s = 0.65? (c) What would it be if the car were on the Moon (the accel
eration of gravity on the Moon is about g/6) but all else stayed the same?