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Posted by Judy on Tuesday, April 27, 2010 at 10:50am.

What is the final velocity?

V1=18m/s

a=-4 m/s2
(add it in even though I left it out)

t=2
Find v2=?
v2=v1+ATriangleT
v2=18m/s+(-4m/s2) (1.5s)
v2=18m/s+(-6m/s)
v2=12m/s

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