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## If the distance d (in meters) traveled by an object in time t (in seconds) is given by the formula d = A + Bt^2, the SI units of A and B mus

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Answer:The SI units of the “A” is m (meters)

The SI units of the “B” is m/s^2Explanation:Given the distance = d meters.

Time taken to travel = t (seconds)

Function of the distance, d = A + Bt^2

Now we have given the above information and from the given distance function, we have to find the SI units of the A and B. Here, below are the SI units.

Thus, the SI units of the “A” is = m (meters)

The SI units of the “B” is = m/s^2