Electra S.

asked • 05/23/16

describe the final velocity of an object per second for 5 seconds that has a starting velocity of 30 m/s and an acceleration of -6 m/s?

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Michael J.

To describe the final velocity in context, it would be less than the starting velocity.  This is because you are decelerating.  Decelerating is the same as slowing down. Your deceleration is 6 m/s2, which is equivalent to an acceleration of -6 m/s2.
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