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This is independent of what variable?

d=Vi t 1/2 at^2 is independent of what variable?
 
(1)a
(2)Vi
(3)Vf
(4)d

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The problem is not stated correctly.  It should say
 
d(t) = vit + at2/2
 
Mark is correct that the independent variable is t.  The quantities vi and a are constants, so what is left among the choices above that does not appear in the equation for d(t)?

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The independent variable is "t."