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A ball initially rolling at 10 m/s comes to a stop in 25 seconds. Assuming the ball has uniform acceleration, how far does it travel during this time interval?

 Oct 2, 2019
edited by kinee  Oct 2, 2019
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a = 10 m/s / 25 s

 

then the displacement will be    vi t  + 1/2 a t2 = distance    

vi = initial velocity (10 m/s)   a = acceleration     t = time (25 s)               I'll let you do the 'plug and chug'

 Oct 2, 2019

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