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A car’s initial velocity is 50.0 km/h in the direction 60.0° north of east, and its final velocity is 70.0 km/h in the direction 40.0° south of east. If the time period for this journey is 30.0 minutes, what is the magnitude of the car’s average acceleration?

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  1. a=(vf-vi)/time
    There are a number of ways to change the vectors, I recommend you break each up into N, and E components, then solve acceleration in N, and acceleration in E, then add them.
    the magnitude of average acceleration will be sqrt (anorth^2 + aeast^2)

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  2. I DONT UNDERSTAND D QT

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