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1. An Indy-500 race car's velocity increases from 4.00 m/sec to 36.0 m/sec over an interval lasting 4.00 seconds.

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2. A golf ball rolls up a hill towards a putt-putt hole. It leaves the club traveling +2.0 m/sec and experiences an acceleration of - 0.50 m/sec^{2}.

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3. While gliding down a steep hill, a bike rider experiences constant acceleration. After 4.50 seconds, he reaches a final velocity of 7.50 m/sec. The bike's displacement was 19.0 meters.

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4. An airplane starts from rest and accelerates at a constant 3.00 m/sec^{2} for 30.0 seconds before leaving the ground at the end of the runway.

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5. An airplane while in flight, accelerates from a velocity of 21.0 m/sec at a constant rate of 3.00 m/sec^{2} over a total of 535 meters.

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6. Statistically, a person wearing a shoulder harness can survive a car crash if the acceleration is smaller than - 300. m/sec^{2}. Assuming a constant acceleration, how far could the front end of a car collapse if the car impacts while going 28.0 m/sec and comes to a complete stop?

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7. If a bullet leaves the muzzle of a rifle with a speed of 600. m/sec, and the barrel of the rifle is 0.900 meters long, what is the acceleration of the bullet while in the barrel?