if a bicyclist, with initial velocity of zero, steadily gain speed until reaching a final velocity of 26m/s, how far away did she travel du

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if a bicyclist, with initial velocity of zero, steadily gain speed until reaching a final velocity of 26m/s, how far away did she travel during the race (in the same amount of time?

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    2021-07-31T18:53:42+00:00

    Answer:

    34.46m

    Explanation:

    Using one of the equation of motion to solve the question. According to the equation v² =u²+2as where;

    v is the final velocity of the  bicyclist = 26m/s

    u is the initial velocity of the  bicyclist = 0m/s

    a is the acceleration due to gravity = 9.81m/s

    s is the distance covered during travel

    Substitute the given parameters into the formula above to get the distance traveled

    26² = 0² + 2(9.81)s

    676 = 19.62s

    Divide both sides  by 19.62

    676/19.62 = 19.62s/19.62

    s = 34.46m

    The distance traveled by the  bicyclist during the race is 34.46m

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