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initally a car is traveling with a speed of 36m/s in a direction of 32 degrees W 0f N later the same car is traveling with a speed of 22m/s in a direction of 29 degrees W of S. what is the direction of the car's acceleration between these two moments?

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    acceleration is change in velocity/time taken consider the two velocity vectors and subtract them V-u for this change the initial velocities direction by 180 degrees and the find the resultant velocity

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