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A bicyclist is riding her bike around White Rock Lake. As she is riding her bike she is approaching a start line from an old race she can use to measure her displacement. What is her displacement if her initial velocity is 4.00 m/s as she crosses the start line and she accelerates at 3.00 m/s2 for 5.00 s?

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    X = 4.00*t + (3.00/2)t^2

    Substitute t = 5 and calculate X, in meters.

    The info about an old start line can be ignored.

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