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The police department is very proud of their new police cars. They announced that they are able to go from a stopped position to 80 miles per hour in 6 seconds. They are describing their cars' velocity. direction. speed. acceleration.

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what is the answer
acceleration (rate of change of velocity)
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ok i got another one The weather station has issued a warning because there is a tornado in your area. It is traveling northwest at 30 miles per hour. This information describes the tornado's ?
velocity (speed and direction)
can you explained to me aceleration.velocity,speed and derection what is te differents between all of them ?
I can, though perhaps you should post in physics or math forums rather than computing....
ok thabk you
or maybe think for yourself a bit...read your study material aswell...those question are not hard to answer at all...dont expect from others to answer for you stuff you should know.

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