Math 2 Unit 1 Project Full Stop Ahead
This is Activity 1, in which I constructed a table and graphed. You will see that I also calculated negative speeds, but for the graph, I included only positive variables, seeing as s (speed) cannot be negative, as I realized after making a table and rereading the problem.
This is Activity 2, where I completed a graph to judge the length of skid marks depending on certain factors.
This is Activity 3. In this section of the project, I used the formula from Activity 1 to determine how fast you should be going in order to stop a safe distance from a car 150 feet away.
My answer: You should be driving no more than 47 mph.
This is Activity 4. I worked with classmates to summarize and explain the relationship between driving, stopping distances, and skid marks. (I was the voice-over).