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AnomalyCoder

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## Homework Statement

At t = 0 you have a speed of 30m/s. At t = 6, your speed is 14m/s. How far do you travel during this time interval?

## Homework Equations

Velocity = Distance/Time

Distance = Velocity/Time

## The Attempt at a Solution

Honestly don't know.

I would do it by averaging the two data points.. (30m/s + 14m/s)/2 = 22m/s.

Then just grab 6 seconds which is the change in time, and use (22m/s)*6m/s.

(22m/s)*(6 seconds) = 132 meters.

Is this correct?