## (Solved) 2 - Consider the car-caravan analogy from Section 4 in Chapter 1. In this problem, assume a propagation speed of 100 km/hr and that each toll booth...

2 - Consider the car-caravan analogy from Section 4 in Chapter 1. In this problem, assume a

propagation speed of 100 km/hr and that each toll booth takes 30 seconds to service a car.

a) (7 points) Suppose the caravan travels 160 km beginning immediately in front of the first toll

booth, travels 80 km to a second toll booth, then another 80 km to a third toll booth, and finally

stops immediately after the third tool booth. What is the total end-to-end delay?

b) (4 points) Where is the last car in the caravan after 60 minutes? Your answer must include a

distance/specific location, and not only a relative direction.

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