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QUESTION FOR DUMMIES & intelligent ppl can also try it Question (physics + math) A ship is moving at a speed of 56 km/h. One second later, It's moving at 58 km/h. Whats it's accelaration..

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Ok
hmm..... Solve it then

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Are you familiar with newtons constant acceleration equations?
v=u+at
u = 56/3.6 = 15.55m/s
\[v_2 = v_1 + at\] \[58 = 56 + a\] \[58 - 56 = a\]
okay!! then
@lgbasallote Plzz try to give a good solution by briefing each steps
was that not steo-by-step enough
|dw:1342004784304:dw| RIGHT
where v= final velo. u= initial velo.
Right
v = final velocity (m/s), u = Initial velocity (m/s), t = time (sec), a = acceleration (m/s^2)
u = 56km/h
Now convert 56km/h to m/s
|dw:1342004885315:dw| is unit for ACC.
There are the same thing
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