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a ball starts to roll up a slope with a slope with a velocity of 5m/s and comes to a stop after rolling 5.0m up the slope. Assume acceleration was uniform. which equation do I use to find the rate of acceleration of the ball on the slope?

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  1. anonymous
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    dx = (Vf^2-Vi^2)/2a

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    again...i.hate.my.life.

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    haha I agree this is super easy but hey were helping people :)

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    Thank you very much

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