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Posted by Liz on Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at 10:27pm.

in a 100m race, 2 sprinters finish at the same time of 10.2 seconds, accelerating uniformly, sprinter A took 2 seconds to obtain max speed, sprinter B took 3 seconds, they ran their max speed for the remainder of the race, what is the acceleration of each sprinter?

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