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We're not looking for the answer, just the way to figure it out.

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We're not looking for the answer, just the way to figure it out.

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He came up with: 1.35 m/s(squared)

Note: m/s is meters/second (squared)

Note: m/s is meters/second (squared)

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You have a formula, just substitute in,

a = 2(.3) / (.9^2) = .74 m/s^2

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What is the problem?

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gfak25's point is that there is no question in there! you give us a formula, and two numbers. Yes, we canThermal said:Unfortunately, I can't help him. The problem is this: a=2d/t(squared). Distance=30 cm. t=.9 seconds.

In this case, the whole point of the formula is to

a= (2)(30 cm)/(0.9 s)

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