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Yes, that’s pretty much a perfect way to estimate the physics involved.

If it’s icy under the snow, you have to pretend the gravy is scalding hot and absolutely brim-full. Stopping gently is an art form.

Also, if you can pretend all the other vehicles are frictionless hovercrafts, that helps. You never know when they will just keep going on a linear trajectory. It’s easier to just assume that will happen until proven otherwise.

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