Finding the displacement and time, Physics

A car of mass 1600 kilograms (kg) was travelling at 30m/s when the brakes were applied and produced a constant retarding force of 8000 N (Newtons) to the car:
Find - a) How far the car would take to stop.
b) The time required to stop the car.
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