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An object accelerates from 10m/s to 16m/s in 10 secs. What will be the object’s velocity after 1 minute?

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    v₁=v₀+at₁
    a= (v₁-v₀)/t₁ = (16-10)/10 = 0.6 m/s²
    v₂=v₀+at₂ = 10+0.6•60 = 46 m/s

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    Or it may be 60 s after the first 10 s
    v₃ = v₀+a(t₁+t₂) = 10+0.6•(10+60)=52 m/s

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