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patelneel1994

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**1. The problem statement,**

In 2.0 s, a particle moving with constant acceleration along the x-axis goes from x = 10 m to x = 50 m. The velocity at the end of this time interval is 10 m/s. What is the acceleration of the particle?

all variables and given/known data

In 2.0 s, a particle moving with constant acceleration along the x-axis goes from x = 10 m to x = 50 m. The velocity at the end of this time interval is 10 m/s. What is the acceleration of the particle?

all variables and given/known data

t = 2.0 s, constant acceleration , disttance = 50 - 10 = 40 m, Vf = 10 m/s(I'm not sure if this would be cosidered as fenal velocity or not)

## Homework Equations

Vf = Vo + at

## The Attempt at a Solution

I don't know the Vo.

I've tried doing it using distance( d = vi.t + (1/2 . a.(t^2)) formula didn't work.

Thank you

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