1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Question: A motorcycle traveling at 40 ft/s is given an average acceleration of 4 ft/s^(2) for 10 s. Find the final velocity. 2. Relevant equations Average Velocity= [displacement][/total travel time ] v= [[x][/2] - [x][/1]][/[t][/2] -[t][/1]] 3. The attempt at a solution I have done my reading on this subject (college book) and went through this in class but for some reason this question stumps me with three given variable data.The way I approached it was put the (4 ft/s^(2)) x (10 s) together which is then 40 ft/s then put the other 40 ft/s together and I would get....0? anyways can someone explain how to approach and solve. Thank You. 40 ft/s - 40 ft/s = 0 ft/s?