Posted by **pia** on Tuesday, July 30, 2013 at 9:52am.

) A body with an initial velocity of 5ms‾¹ accelerate uniformly at the rate of 16 cm s‾²

over a distance of 200 m. Calculate: (i) the acceleration in m s‾² (ii) its final velocity in m s‾¹

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