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how long does a car with an acceleration of 2.0 m/s^2 take to go from 10m/s to 30m/s?and its solution

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    if that is constant acceleration,

    a = (v-u)/t

    plug inthe numbers and you get the time elapsed.

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    GIVEN:
    Vf=30m/s
    Vi=10m/s
    a=.0m/s^2

    REQUIRED:
    t=?

    SOLUTION
    t=(Vf-Vi)/a
    =(30m/s-10m/s)/2.0m/s^2
    t=10s

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