# A ship is moving at a speed of 56km/hr. One second later , it is moving at a speed of 58km/hr. what is its acceleration

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U = 56 km/h = (56*5)/18 m/s = 15.55 m/s

v = 58 km/h = (58*5)/18 m/s = 16.11 m/s

time, t = 1s

acceleration = (v-u)/t = (16.11-15.55)/1 =**0.55 m/s²**

v = 58 km/h = (58*5)/18 m/s = 16.11 m/s

time, t = 1s

acceleration = (v-u)/t = (16.11-15.55)/1 =

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Initial velocity = u = 56 kmph

v = final velocity = 58 kmph

change in velocity = v - u = 2 kmph = 2 * 5/18 = 5/9 m/sec

time duration t = 1 second.

acceleration = a = (v - u) / t = 5/9 m/sec² = 0.5556 m/sec²

v = final velocity = 58 kmph

change in velocity = v - u = 2 kmph = 2 * 5/18 = 5/9 m/sec

time duration t = 1 second.

acceleration = a = (v - u) / t = 5/9 m/sec² = 0.5556 m/sec²