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The velocity of an object is +47 meters per second at 3.0 seconds and is +65 meters per second at 12.0 seconds. The average acceleration of the object is 2.0 m/s to the fourth power

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    average accelrtation = change in velocity/change in time

    = (65-47)m/s/(12-3)s

    = 2 m/s^2
    seconds squared, not to the fourth

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