1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An object is moving in a straight line with a constant acceleration. Its position is measured at three different times, as shown in the table below. Time (s) | Position, (m) 48.40 | 9.100 49.80 | 17.479 51.20 | 32.816 Calculate the magnitude of the acceleration at t=49.80 s. 2. Relevant equations V(t) = V=at r(t)=r+v0t+0.5at2 a=ΔV / Δt 3. The attempt at a solution I started making a 3 equations system, but this got way more complex than I think it should, and way more complicated than we did in class... Is this even the right direction at solving this? EDIT: sorry for the hassle, solved the question.