A 31,000 lb truck A and a 3970 lb sports car B collide at an intersection (90 degrees to one another). Right before the collision the truck and the sports car are traveling at vA – = 60 mph and vB – = 50 mph. Assume that the entire intersection forms a horizontal surface. Letting the line of impact be parallel to the ground and to the preimpact velocity of the truck, determine the postimpact velocities of A and B if A and B become entangled. Futhermore, assuming that the truck and the car slide after impact and that the coefficient of kinetic friction is equal to 0.7, determine the position at which A and B come to a stop relative to the position they occupied at the instant of impact.