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Two children are playing with a pair of wind-up toy cars. The children sit 2.5 meters apart and release the two cars from rest heading towards each other on a collision course. One car accelerates at a rate of 2.5 cm/s and the other car accelerates at a rate of 3.5 cm/s. How long after they are released will the two cars collide? (a) 0.91 s (b) 1.6 s (c) 2.5 s (d) 6.5 s (e) 9.1 s

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i know how to solve for my a,v,vo,r,ro,t, but i just forgot how to relate the two cars together.
I would assume that you would have to put them equal to each other for the final positions
Since they will meet up at a certain point so at that point their positions are the same

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i believe your right, let me go check that out.
Thanks, Juan John

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