Posted by **Anonymous** on Thursday, September 5, 2013 at 5:07pm.

A train normally travels at a uniform speed of 74km/h on a long stretch of straight, level track. On a particular day, the train must make a 3.0min stop at a station along this track.

If the train decelerates at a uniform rate of 1.3m/s2 and, after the stop, accelerates at a rate of 0.70m/s2 , how much time is lost because of stopping at the station?

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