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Average acceleration = (amount of change in speed velocity) / (time for the change) =

(30 - 10) / (4) = 5 meters per second2 to the east

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Not enough information. You need the starting velocity, the ending velocity, and the time elapsed.

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Q: The velocity of a car changes from 10 ms to the east to 30 ms to the east in 4 seconds What is the acceleration of the car?
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A cars velocity changes from 20 m s to 50 m s 10 seconds later What is the cars average acceleration?

5 m/s2 east


Direction of an object's velocity changes uniformly frome east to north What is the direction of acceleration?

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A Kangaroo hops 60 m to the east in 5 seconds What is the kangaroo's velocity?

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Can an object have velocity and acceleration vectors that point in opposite directions?

Yes it can, and it's really easy. -- A stone tossed upward, before it peaks and starts falling, has upward velocity and downward acceleration. -- A car driving east and slowing for a stop-sign has eastward velocity and westward acceleration.


Is there a velocity to the eastern direction to an object which is having a acceleration to the west?

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