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what is the relationship of brake pressure, deceleration and speed

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Default what is the relationship of brake pressure, deceleration and speed



hi,

i am doing some research on car movement.

and would like to ask regarding the relationship between a car's
brake pressure, deceleration and speed

what are the relationships and formula of how they affect each other
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