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A sprinter can reach a speed of 12 m/s in 0.96 s. If the sprinter’s acceleration is constant during that time, what is the sprinter’s acceleration?

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    Current velocity = (time)*(acceleration) + initial velocity

    12 = (0.96)*acceleration + 0
    acceleration = 12.5 m/s2

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