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29 August, 18:02

If a car's speed increases from 18 M/S2 26M/S and 15 seconds what is the acceleration

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  1. 29 August, 18:46
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    The answer is

    7 m/s

    2

    .

    Explanation:

    Acceleration

    =

    final speed

    -

    initial speed

    time

    So

    a

    =

    60 m/s

    -

    25 m/s

    5 s

    a

    =

    35 m/s

    5 s

    a

    =

    7 m/s

    2
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