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Posted by Sydney on Tuesday, September 13, 2011 at 10:05pm.

A 90 m long train begins uniform acceleration from rest. The front of the train has a speed of 21 m/s when it passes a railway worker who is standing 184 m from where the front of the train started. What will be the speed of the last car as it passes the worker? (See Fig. 2-36.)

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