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A car with a velocity of 25 m/s [E] changes its velocity to 25 m/s

How do i start this question off. I dont know what to do.

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F.B

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A car with a velocity of 25 m/s [E] changes its velocity to 25 m/s

How do i start this question off. I dont know what to do.

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Are we looking for a magnitude of acceleration or a vector form?

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the magnitude and degrees/direction

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[tex]\vec{a}_{ave} = \frac{\Delta \vec{v}}{\Delta t}[/tex]

(Hint: To find the change in the velocity, write the initial and final velocity in component form and then subtract.)

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