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Uniform motion help please

  1. Sep 7, 2008 #1
    Im just throwing small numbers here so i can get help on the general idea...Im driving a car in uniform motion along a straight line. I go from a position x1=13m at time t1=0 secs to x2=3-m at time t2 = 30 seconds? can anyone help me with the general equation to find the position at different times?
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  3. Sep 7, 2008 #2
    What does uniform motion mean about the speed of your car? Then, what equation in general describes that situation relating position x to speed and time?

    If you left city A at 8am and arrived at city B at 11am, and they are 180 miles apart, and you are in uniform motion on the trip...
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