Velocity, physics, Basic Statistics

A car moves with constant velocity along a straight road. Its position is x1 = 0m at t1 = 0 seconds and is x2 = 56 m at t2 = 5.0 s.

what is the cars position at t=2.5 seconds and what will its position be at t=20 seconds
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