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Using formula s = ut + 1/2at ^{2}
where s= distance covered u is initial velocity which is 0 as the motion is started from rest a is acceleration and t is time which is 60 sec
using formula s = 0.60 + 1/2 .10 . 60 .60
  ⇒s = 18000 mtrs is the distance covered.
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