Posted by **ellie** on Friday, August 16, 2013 at 9:36am.

the equation for the motion of an object with constant acceleration is d=vt+0.5at^2where d is the distance travelled in ft, v is the starting velocity in ft/s a is the acceleration in ft/s^2 and t is time in seconds

a race car begins with a velocity of 200ft/s and accelerates at 100ft/s

what is the expression for the distance travelled after one sec

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