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A car accelerates uniformly (constant acceleration) from 0 m/s to 30 m/s in 12 seconds, and continues to accelerate at the same rate. Find
a) the acceleration
b) the time it will take for the car to increase its velocity from 30m/s to 80m/s
c) the distance the car travels in the first 30 seconds of motion.
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