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A football player carrying the ball runs straight ahead at the line of scrimmage and directly into a wall of defensive linemen. The ball carrier has an initial speed of 8.48 m/s and is stopped in a time interval of 0.186 s. Find the magnitude and direction of his average acceleration.
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