1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A skateboarder coasts down a long hill for 6.00 seconds with constant acceleration, and starting from rest covers distance X1. On a second trip down the same hill starting from rest, he coasts for 2.00 seconds, covering a distance X2. Find the ratio of X1 to X2. 2. Relevant equations V1= X1/6.00 s V2= X2/2.00 s 3. The attempt at a solution What is it talking about when it says find the ratio. I do not know what I need to find. I'm sure I'm suppose to calculate acceleration in somewhere, but I don't even know where to begin.