Two cars emerge side by side from a tunnel. Car A is traveling with a speed of 60 km/h and has an acceleration of 40 km/h/ min Car B has a speed of 40 km/h and has an acceleration of 60 km/h /min. Which car is passing the other as they come out of the tunnel? Explain your reasoning.
Solution 10Q The cars emerges from the tunnel at the same time. Since the car A is faster than car B at the same position, the car A is passing the car B. It will be in front of the car B. The car B has greater acceleration than A. If they continue with the same accelerations, after some time, the car B will have bigger velocity than A and catch and pass it.