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Select all that apply. Which of the following are appropriate acceleration units? km/hr2, m/s/s, ft/s, miles/hr/min, sec/km/m
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User: Select all that apply. Which of the following are appropriate acceleration units? km/hr2, m/s/s, ft/s, miles/hr/min, sec/km/m

Weegy: a.km/hr2
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User: Which of the following is not a true statement? ?v = at

User: f an object is accelerating, its speed must be changing. True False

Weegy: True, if an object is accelerating, its speed must be changing
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User: In order for an object to accelerate, must be applied.

User: A ball is rolling down a hill. At one point near the top of the hill, its velocity is 2 m/s. Further down the hill, its velocity is 9 m/s. What is ?v? 9 m/s 7 m/s -7m/s -7m/s2



Weegy: The answer is 7 m/s
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