MATHThe distance, d, traveled by a car undergoing constant acceleration, a, for a time, t, is given by d = v₀t + ½at², where v₀ is the initial velocity of the car. Two cars are side by side with the same initial velocity. One car accelerates, a = A, and the other car does not accelerate, a = 0. Write an expression for the ratio of the distance traveled by the accelerating car to the distance traveled by the nonaccelerating car as a function of time.