## A snowmobile has an initial velocity of 3.0 m/s Part 1: If it accelerates at the rate of 0.5 m/s/s for 7.0 sec, what is the final vel.? Part 2: If it accelerates at the rate of -0.60m/s/s, how long will it take to reach a complete stop?

January 27, 2020// Blog//

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You can never prove a theory. All theories and laws and scientific knowledge in general is provisional. If your theory is inconsistent with an experiment (and you are sure the experiment is correct), your theory needs to be pitched or modified.
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change the meters to kilometers;

120 m/km = .12 km/km = .12

or the kilometers to meters;

120 m/km = 120 m/1000m = .12

This sounds like its telling you how far you climb vertically (.12 km) for every 1 km that you walk along the slanted, winding trail.

The unitless number “.12” is usefull because now you can think of the rate of climb in any units you want. So you rise vertcally .12 miles for every mile you walk the trail, or you rise .12 ft for every foot you walk the trail, etc.