Note: A much more involved calculation estimated the speed of the impact to be about 530 mph.

Remember that ww expects your answer to be within one tenth of one
percent of what it considers the true answer. Calculate your answers
based on the given data and assumptions to at least four digits.

** Hint:** Figure everything relative to the moving space
shuttle, i.e., the origin is traveling with the shuttle. Acceleration
is the derivative of velocity, and velocity is the derivative of
displacement. In this case, the acceleration is constant (by
assumption), and the initial velocity and displacement are 0. After
0.16 seconds the displacement is 58 feet. There are 3,600 seconds in
an hour, and 5280 feet in a mile. As in many real problems, the
problem statement contains extraneous information. You have to decide
what parts of the information are pertinent.

You can earn partial credit on this problem.