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A)if the displacement of the blood during the acceleration is +20 cm, determine its accleatrion in (cm/s)

b) How much time does the blood take to reach its final velcoity?

Kindly plz provide steps by steps so i can learn better!!

Thanks

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A)if the displacement of the blood during the acceleration is +20 cm, determine its accleatrion in (cm/s)

b) How much time does the blood take to reach its final velcoity?

Kindly plz provide steps by steps so i can learn better!!

Thanks

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The equation for accelerated motion when time is unknown is

A) Vf^2 = Vi^2 + 2*a*s where Vf is final velocity and Vi is initial velocity. Solve for a.

Now that you know a, use your definition of acceleration:

B) a = (Vi + Vf) / t solve for t.

You need to know these formulas! They come up again and again in physics.

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[tex] V_{final}^{2} = U_{initial}^{2} + 2as [/tex]

Where:

V = Final Velocity

U = Initial Velocity

a = Acceleration (in ms if U and V and s are in meters.)

s = Displacement

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