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3.8 | Equations of Motion |

*1. An object moving linearly at 27 m/s comes to rest in 9 s after decelerating uniformly. What is the acceleration and the distance travelled by the object? *

- Acceleration = 3 m/s
^{2}; Distance = 121.5 m - Acceleration = -3 m/s
^{2}; Distance = 243 m - Acceleration = 3 m/s
^{2}; Distance = 243 m - Acceleration = -3 m/s
^{2}; Distance = 121.5 m

**Correct Answer: D**

*2. An object is thrown upwards at 18 m/s. What is the height from the ground and the magnitude of the object's velocity after 2 s? For convenience, take the magnitude of the gravitational acceleration equal to 10 m/s ^{2}.*

- Height = 16 m; |Velocity| = 2 m/s
- Height = 32 m; |Velocity| = 4 m/s
- Height = 18 m; |Velocity| = 2 m/s
- Height = 16 m; |Velocity| = 4 m/s

**Correct Answer: A**

*3. An object falls from 80 m above the ground. What is the vertical distance the object has travelled during the last second of motion? For convenience, take the magnitude of the gravitational acceleration equal to 10 m/s ^{2}.*

- 45 m
- 35 m
- 40 m
- 10 m

**Correct Answer: B**

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