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# Note: Please use only algebra/trig, no calculus.

An object moving along one dimension on the x-axis with a constant acceleration of of 2m/s^{2}

At t=0 it starts from rest the origin (x=0).

1) How fast it moving 10s later? and how far does it travel during that time? What is the average velocity of the object over the first 10s?

2) How long will it take to get double the distance calculated in part-1 and how fast will it be moving when it has reached that distance (double the distance found in part-1.).

3) Lastly draw two graphs showing the velocity and the position of the object as a function of time?

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