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A bicyclist is traveling at 19.3 km/h when he speeds up with a constant acceleration of 0.67 m/s2. What is his velocity after 5.00 s?

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    Add a*t to the initial speed.
    a = 0.67 m/s^2
    t = 5.00 s

    You do the calculation.

    You will need the initial speed in m/s to get the answer in m/s. Then you can convert back to km/h if necessary.

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