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A car slows down from +32 m/s to +8 m/s in 4s. Calculate the acceleration .

  • 11th grade physics - , Monday, November 29, 2010 at 9:32pm

    a = change in velocity / change in time
    so..
    a = 8 - 32 / 4
    a = -6m/s^2

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