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Re: acceleration
Posted:
Nov 19, 2004 10:19 AM


The velocity at 20 km is .6666 km/s, the velocity at 30 km is .75 km/s. The difference is .0833 km/s over 10 seconds, which would be .00833 km/s*s = ..00833 km/s^2.
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John
> distance(km), time(s) > 0 0 > 5 10 > 12 20 > 20 30 > 30 40 > 42 50 > 56 60 >  > question: what is the acceleration between 20s and 30s? > answer: isn't it 0.006 km/s^2 ? > My daughter insists that it is 0.8 km/s^2
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