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Pan 2; A Kinematics Reminder
Recall that the velocity of an object is how fast it is moving and the direction it moves in. Acceleration is
the rate of change of velocity. Therefore, if speed or direction changes, the object is accelerating. grin'cal Thinking Questions, part 2 3. Is it possible to say for certain that any of the boxes in question 2 are at rest? Justify your answer.

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