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While traveling south on an expressway, a car traveling 60 mph (miles per hour) slows down to 30 mph in 12 minutes due to traffic conditions. Calculate the acceleration

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  1. destineeeee
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    I have a=-2.5 mi/hsquared S

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    Is my answer correct?

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  3. mailtoarko
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    simple formula v = u - at put v = 30 u = 60 t = 12*60

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    30=60(1-12a)

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    12a =.5

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    a = 1/24 =0.0416 in the negative x direction

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  7. destineeeee
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    that's the answer?

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    is my answer wrong ??

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  9. destineeeee
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    all the possible answers are whole numbers

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    then probably the answers are wrong because u and i both know that v = u-at is the formula unless any different condition is there in the question . so did u type the question correctly

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    no im i thought i saw periods sorry. the answers are -150 -6.0 -450 -2.5

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    oh ho !! got it . your answers are given in hours . i considered speed in miles/hour but time i made it in seconds !!

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  13. mailtoarko
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    correct ans 30 = 60 - 12a a = 30/12 = 2.5 in negative x direction

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    no im i thought i saw periods sorry. the answers are -150 -6.0 -450 -2.5

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    uff !! i am again wrong correct ans 30 = 60 - 12/60a a = 30* 60/12 = 150 mi/h^2

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    this time i really got the ans .. after dividing 12/60 i just converted 12min in hours

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    which one would it be out of those 4?

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  18. mailtoarko
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    -150

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    thanks

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