Posted by **Becca** on Sunday, September 17, 2006 at 5:43pm.

A train travels between stations 1 and 2. The engineer of the train is instructed to start from rest at station 1 and accelerate uniformly between points A and B, then coast with a uniform velocity between points B and C, and finally accelerate uniformly between points C and D until the train stops at station 2. The distances AB, BC, and CD are all equal, and it takes 5.00 min to travel between the two stations. Assume that the uniform accelerations have the same magnitude, even when they are opposite in direction. How much of this 5.00 min period does the train spend b/w points A & B? B & C? C & D?

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