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# What is the velocity of a car if the acceleration is 15m/s^2 and the time taken in 2s?

Simply use the equation v=u+at assuming car started from rest then initial velocity u=0 so final velocity v = 15*2=30 m/s^2

Here you can use the suvat equations. What we know; S (displacement)=? U (initial velocity)=0 V (final velocity)= what we’re trying to find A (acceleration)=15m/s2 T (time)=2seconds We then use the formula which includes the variables that we have which is; V=U+AT Therefore; V=0+(15)(2) V=30m/s Therefore the velocity of the car is 30m/s Hope that helps! Mo

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