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# For a car traveling 60 kilometers per hour (km/h), the distance required to brake to a stop isnormally distributed, with mean of 17 meters and a...

For a car traveling 60 kilometers per hour (km/h), the distance required to brake to a stop isnormally distributed, with mean of 17 meters and a standard deviation of 2.4 meters. Supposeyou are traveling 60 km/h in a residential area and a car moves abruptly into your path at adistance of 20 m.(a)[5] If you apply your brakes, what is the probability that you will brake to a stop within15m or less?(b)[5] What is probability that you will avoid collision?