Source: Official Guide Revised GRE 1st Ed. Part 8; Section 6; #20

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The total stopping distance for the car

The total stopping distance for the car traveling at 60 miles per hour is approximately what percent greater than the total stopping distance for the car traveling at 50 miles per hour? DISTANCE TRAVELED BY A CAR ACCORDING TO THE CAR’S SPEED WHEN THE DRIVER IS SIGNALED TO STOP *Reaction time is the time period that begins when the driver is signaled to stop and ends when the driver applies the brakes. Note: Total stopping distance is the sum of the distance traveled during reaction time and the distance traveled after brakes have been applied. 22%, 30%, 38%, 45%, 52%

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Oct 11, 2012 • Comment

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