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ASK YOUR TEACHER A body moves along one dimension with a constant acceleration of

`3.45(m)/(s^(2))`

over a time interval. At the end of this interval it has reached a velocity of

`10.6(m)/(s)`

. (a) If its original velocity is

`5.30(m)/(s)`

, what is its displacement (in

`m`

) during the time interval?

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m (b) What is the distance it travels (in

`m`

) during this interval?

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m (c) A second body moves in one dimension, also with a constant acceleration of

`3.45(m)/(s^(2))`

, but over some different time interval. Like the first body, its velocity at the end of the interval is

`10.6(m)/(s)`

, but its initial velocity is

`-5.30(m)/(s)`

. What is the displacement (in

`m`

) of the second body over this interval?

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m (d) What is the total distance traveled (in

`m`

) by the second body in part (c), during the interval in part (c)?

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