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1. A car travelling at a constant velocity of 20m/s^-1 passes a stationary sports car. Ten seconds afterwards, the sports car accelerates with a uniform acceleration of 3m/s^-2 to reach a speed of 30m/s^-1 with which it continues. Find when and where the sports car overtakes the first car.
2. (Original post by Chots)
A car travelling at a constant velocity of 20m/s^-1 passes a stationary sports car. Ten seconds afterwards, the sports car accelerates with a uniform acceleration of 3m/s^-2 to reach a speed of 30m/s^-1 with which it continues. Find when and where the sports car overtakes the first car.
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3. (Original post by Chots)
A car travelling at a constant velocity of 20m/s^-1 passes a stationary sports car. Ten seconds afterwards, the sports car accelerates with a uniform acceleration of 3m/s^-2 to reach a speed of 30m/s^-1 with which it continues. Find when and where the sports car overtakes the first car.

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