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2) A 6, 500 kg truck with an initial speed of 10 m/s accelerates for 17 seconds to a final speed of 22 m/s . Determine: a) The final kinetic energy of the truck, b) the work done on the truck to accelerate to its final speed, c) the power require to perform this work.

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