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A particle's initial velocity is −24.0 m/s. Its final velocity, 3.10 seconds later, is −14.0 m/s. What was its average acceleration?

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acceleration= (finalvelocity-initialvelocity)/time

= (-14-(-24))/3.10= 10/3.10 m/s^2

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