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# If A bus decreases its speed from 80kilometer per hour to 60kilometer per hour in 5 seconds find the acceleration of the bus?

Updated: 10/18/2022

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14y ago

there is none

its slowing

so its decelerating

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Q: If A bus decreases its speed from 80kilometer per hour to 60kilometer per hour in 5 seconds find the acceleration of the bus?
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