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Acceleration: Constant, With Initial Velocity

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While driving from Revelstoke and Sorrento, Surinder gets gets stuck at 81.6 km/h behind a slow driver. He finally gets a passing lane, hits the gas and speeds up with a constant acceleration of 1.857 m/s2. What is his speed after accelerating for 172.8 m?.


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