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My answers: (a) From rest to speed of 20 m/s it takes 10 s. Add 20 s. Add 5.0 s... equals 35 s.

(b) I know average velocity is displacement divided by time. But, how do I calculate the displacement?

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My answers: (a) From rest to speed of 20 m/s it takes 10 s. Add 20 s. Add 5.0 s... equals 35 s.

(b) I know average velocity is displacement divided by time. But, how do I calculate the displacement?

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