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The "street" automobile with the greatest acceleration is the Tempest. It has an acceleration of 6.89 m/s^2. Suppose the car accelerates from rest to a final speed of 96.5 km/h. How long does it take the Tempest to reach this speed?

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would the answer be 3.89seconds or 14 seconds
i think that would be 14 seconds
but wouldnt you need to convert the units

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oh, i didn't notice that
oh i typed the question wrong sorry..
ok..i think it's 10.2 seconds
how?
i changed km to m then divided that by 3600 because 3600 seconds in an hour. then divided that by the square root of 6.89 idk if it's right, though

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