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Magnitude of resulting stable deceleration

When a high-speed passenger train traveling at 148 km/h rounds a bend, the engineer is shocked to see that a locomotive has improperly entered onto the track from a siding and is a distance D = 605 m ahead. The locomotive is moving at 21 km/h. The engineer of the high-speed train immediately applies the brakes.What must be the magnitude of the resulting constant deceleration if a collision is to be just avoided?

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