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a =vfvi/t is the equation for calculating the acceleration of an object. Write out the relationship shown in the equation, using words.

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DrBob222
acceleration = (final velocityinitial velocity)/time
I have added the parentheses. I think they should be there in the original expression. 
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josh
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silindokuhle
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