Problem: On mountainous downhill roads, escape routes are sometimes placed to the side of the road for trucks whose brakes might fail.Assuming a constant upward slope of 26 , calculate the horizontal component of the acceleration of a truck that slowed from 95km/h to rest in 8.0 s as shown in the figure. Calculate the vertical component of the acceleration of a truck.

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On mountainous downhill roads, escape routes are sometimes placed to the side of the road for trucks whose brakes might fail.

Assuming a constant upward slope of 26 , calculate the horizontal component of the acceleration of a truck that slowed from 95km/h to rest in 8.0 s as shown in the figure.

Calculate the vertical component of the acceleration of a truck.

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