# i need someone who is well versed in physics and math

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• @mikeJB Sir, I don't know For Physics but in Maths ..

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• @mikeJB ummmm is a guy who did civil engineering from MIT okay for you?

• @MrXs-spiritgen7 ok so here it is. i was readig about a nasty racecar drivers death. one of my fav drivers ever recently got hurt so they have been talking about past accidents. i saw this describing a drivers death. can you explain what this means as far as the numbers. apparently it is describing how a racecar was travelling at over 200 mph then went airbourne and hit a fence. where is this decelleration part come in with this number? apparently this number killed him because his body couldnt take the G force? why is their G force in DEcelleration?????

Air penetrated the vehicle's bottom, causing it to lift as it skipped over the grass. As his car slid sideways, it rotated approximately another 30 degrees to the left and traveled airborne.[44]

The bottom of Renna's car struck the outside retaining fence above the 4 ft (1.2 m) SAFER barrier at the exit to turn three,[7][44] causing a deceleration of more than 100 g0 (980 m/s2), a force that the human body is unable to withstand.

• I'll do it tomorrow

• Gravitational force right there refers to his inertia he was travelling over 200 mph and suddenly his car stops speed 0 but his speed is still 200 mph gravity doesn't let him move forward and his insides are turned to pulp. Also his car must have crashed because of a slight change in the angle of his car's spoiler as you know every force has an equal and opposite reaction so because of a slight change in the angle of the spoiler it starts sending air up instead of down and and this generates lift which makes the car temporarily fly the time in air is just some seconds but it's enough to twist his car towards the retaining wall. RIP DRIVER MY HEARTIEST CONDOLENCES

• The average fighter pilot experiences upto 11 gs. 16 gs are enough to make a man unconscious. The poor guy suffered a force of over 200gs.

• @mikeJB so you know the atleast the poor guy didn't feel anything while he died.

• @MrXs-spiritgen7 It's not math but..... okay

• @mikeJB well gforce is there in deceleration because it is gravity which is prohibiting you to move forward. If we didn't have a gravity we would be all be moving always because there would be no force to also us down.

• Well there's no use for math here actually no calculations required

• It's elementary physics.

• Well there is math too as physics is just applied math.