Posted by **Jennifer** on Thursday, September 14, 2006 at 1:29am.

A car speeds up form 0m/s to 4m/s in 10 seconds. What is the acceleration?

Look up the formula for acceleration, and then this is simple plug-n-chug.

Use (v_final - v_initial)/time = average acceleration.

Here v_final=4m/s, v_initial=0m/s and t=10.

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