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While riding her bicycle, she goes from a full stop to 9m/s in 3 minutes. How fast is she acclerating?

Divide the velocity change (9 m/s) by the time (in seconds), to get the acceleration rate in m/s^2,
9/180 = ___ m/s^2
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