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A sports car moving at constant velocity travels 130m in 4.7s, what is the magnitude of acceleration if car brakes at 4.4m?

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  1. what does "brakes at 4.4m" mean?

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    posted by Steve
  2. I believe the car brakes for 4.4 sec.

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