motion in one dimension, Civil Engineering

An F-16 lands on aircraft carrier and its velocity is 63 m/sn. If its decceleration is assumed to be constant and it must stop in 2.0 sec. a) What is final position of plane if it touchea down at x0=0 position? b) find the limit velocity of plane if the landing deck has total of 75 m length?
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