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A car accelerates from 0 km/h(0 m/s) to 100 km/h(27.8 m/s) in 5 seconds. The acceleration can be calculated by using km/h as the units for velocity:
a = ((100 km/h) - (0 km/h)) (1000 m/km) (1/3600 h/s) / (5 s)
= 5.6 m/s2
The calculation can be simplified by using m/s as the units for velocity:
a = ((27.8 m/s) - (0 km/h)) / (5 s)
= 5.6 m/s2
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