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Homework Help: Physics(Please help)

Posted by Hannah on Sunday, May 27, 2012 at 12:14pm.

1) The velocity of a diver just before hitting the water is -11.8 m/s, where the minus sign indicates that her motion is directly downward. What is her displacement during the last 1.06 s of the dive?

I know that the formula for displacement is deltaX= x - x0. Would I do -11.8 - 1.06?

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