Posted by **George** on Saturday, January 10, 2009 at 7:10pm.

After 35 minutes of jogging, at the 9-km point in a total 10-km race, jogger A is behind the leader and moving at the same speed. What would have to be your accelearation in order to catch up to the finish line? Assuming the leader maintains a constant speed the rest of the race.

Is the answer 3.7

Also for the last question regarding the donuts I used your method for part b and it said the answer is wrong. It want s the answer in meters.

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