Asked Mar 19, 2019

A sprinter moving at 10 m/s slow down at the rate of 1.4 m/s2.How fast is the runner moving after 3 seconds?


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According to the equation of motion, the velocity after t seconds can be determined.

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The initial velocity of the runner is 10 meter per sec, and the acceleration ...


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