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An object with zero initial velocity accelerates at a constant rate of 10 m/s. find its average velocity during the first 15 seconds

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Steve
distance traveled = 1/2 * 10m/s^2 * 225s^2 = 1125m
avg vel = 1125m/15s = 75m/s
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