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HELP ME PLEASE!!!!!

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  1. HelloKitty17
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    4. Keeping in mind the kinetic energy of a moving vehicle, how can a driver best prepare to enter sharp curves in the roadway? 5. Using information about natural laws, explain why some car crashes produce minor injuries and others produce catastrophic injuries.

  2. anonymous
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    5)

  3. HelloKitty17
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    what does that mean?@william22

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    imma do my best 4 # 5

  5. HelloKitty17
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    ok thanks! I just need these quick

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    so the way i see it is friction is a big factor in the car crash effects. some low grade tiers may have less friction than others causing it to be difficult to slow down. causing the impact to be stronger

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    this for number 4 or 5?

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    5

  9. HelloKitty17
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    how about 4?

  10. anonymous
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    do you know what kinetic energy is?

  11. HelloKitty17
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    yes I do and could you expand on 5?!

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    it is the amount of energy an object or body has so to get past a sharp turn you should decrease the kinetic energy or slow down

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    is that 4?!

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    yea it was and plz fan and medal

  15. HelloKitty17
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    could you say a little more for 5?

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    what more do you need explained so i can help

  17. HelloKitty17
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    @william22 Thank you for the help! fan me please!

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