Use the equation to answer the question.
v = v0 + at
A car company advertises that a certain model of car can go from 0 to 100 km/h in 4 seconds. What is the car’s acceleration?
400 km/hr/s
0.04 km/hr/s
25 km/hr/s
96 km/hr/s
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100km/hr = 0 + 4 s * a
a =100/4 = 25 km/ hr s 👍
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answered by Anonymous 
anon is right! 25km/hr/s! bc 25x4 = 100 :)
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