constant aceleration formulae, Mathematics

a car comes to a stop from a speed of 30m/s in a distance of 804m. The driver brakes so as to produce a decelration of 1/2m per sec sqaured to begin withand then brakes harder to produce a deceleration of 3/2 metres per second squared. find the speed of the car at the instant when the deceleration is increased and the total time the car takes to stop
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