A bicyclist leaves a stop sign and maintains a constantacceleration of 0.6 m/s^2 for 6.4 seconds. Th

A bicyclist leaves a stop sign and maintains a constantacceleration of 0.6 m/s^2 for 6.4 seconds. The bicyclist thentravels at a constant speed for 6.9 seconds before braking to astop. If the brakes are assumed to apply a constant acceleration of2.2 m/s^2, how far has the bicyclist travelled between stops? A racer completes a 1/8 mile pass in 7.43 seconds. If thevehicles acceleration is constant, how fast is the vehicle going inMPH at the 1/8 mile mark? . . .

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