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A car is traveling 20m/s brakes and takes 3 s to stop.What is the acceleration in m/s

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  1. -(20/3) m/s^2

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    posted by Damon
  2. vf=vi+at
    0=20m/s + 3sec*a
    solve for a in m/s^2

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