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A race car accelerates from rest at a rate of 6m/s^2. How fast will the car be going after 5 seconds?

Answer: 1.2 m/sQ: A race car accelerates from rest of 6 ms2 how fast will the car be going after 5 seconds?

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On average you will be going around 18.75mph

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The car's speed after 5 seconds can be calculated using the formula ( v = u + at ), where (v) is the final velocity, (u) is the initial velocity (0 m/s in this case), (a) is the acceleration (6 m/s(^2)), and (t) is the time (5 seconds). Plugging in the values gives (v = 0 + 6 \times 5 = 30 ) m/s. Thus, the car will be going 30 m/s after 5 seconds.

You have averaged 36.5 miles per hour. You are probably going quite a bit faster than that at the end.

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It is a fairly anaerobic race due to the fast speed you are going at the hole time. I guess you could say the first 200m are aerobic because you are getting into the race, but you are going so fast (if your good enough) to have it be all run without oxygen.

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