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what is the accelaration of a ar that goes from 40 km/ hr to 80 km/hr in 2s?

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don't you want to finish your other question first?
I finished that one my self
for this problem do i devide the multiply

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are you trying to figure out the acceleration in the form of km/s or km/2s?
I ma trying to find out the acceleration in seconds
would it be squared?
So it's simple. Do u want an physics equation or shall explain it in maths.
I just want a answer
Ok then do like this 80-40 km/h 40/2s
can we simplify that?
yeah why not..
didn't know if swagger wanted for 2seconds or 1 lol
No it's asking the acceleration so acceleration
sorry i did not see the units \[5/9m/s^2 \] should be the right ans
rvg what are you talking about
It would be.. \[\frac{ 400 }{ 72 }ms^{-2} = 5.5 ms^{-2}\]

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