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A hailstone traveling with a velocity of 43 meters/second comes to a virtual stop 0.28 seconds after hitting water. What is the magnitude of its acceleration in the water?

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  1. V = Vo + a*t = 0
    43 + a*0.28 = 0
    0.28a = -43
    a = -153.6 m/s^2

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