Determine the acceleration of the car, Physics

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While travelling in a straight line, a car uniformly alters its speed from 50 kilometres per hour to 110 kilometres per hour in 5 seconds. 

The acceleration of the car during this time is:

a) 5 kilometres per hour per second

b) 12 kilometres per hour per second

c) 50 kilometres per hour per second

d) 60 kilometres per hour per second

 

Ans- 12 Kilometres per hour per second

 

 


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