Students investigate braking distance for various speeds. In this braking distance for various speeds lesson, students plot data for braking distances under three conditions, normal, using a phone, and wet weather. Students find a quadratic regression line to model the data. Students write quadratic inequalities that represent the speed intervals at which a pedestrian would be seriously injured.

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