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Rearrange the following kinematics equation for the variable iondicated:
a)d=v1t+1/2at^2
i)v1
ii)a
b)d=v2t1/2at^2
i)v2
ii)a

This is algebra problen using a physics equation. Use the rules of algebra to write an equation for the specified variable. We will be glad to critique your work.
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