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A bus is approaching a tunnel. At time t=0 seconds, the driver begins slowing down steadily from a speed of Ums-1 until, at t=15s, he enters the tunnel, travelling at 20ms-1. The driver maintains this speed while he drives though the tunnel. After emerging from the tunnel at t=40s, he accelerates steadily, reaching a speed of Ums-1 at t=70s.

A)calculate the length of the tunnel
B) Given that the total distance travelled by the bus is 1580m, find the value of U.
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3 weeks ago
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where u getting these questions from lool. It looks like u really r struggling with suvat questions.
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where u getting these questions from lool. It looks like u really r struggling with suvat questions.
ive had a bank of questions that im stuck on.... haven't actually gone though it yet in lesson but im just getting ahead
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3 weeks ago
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(Original post by JasmineJohal14)
ive had a bank of questions that im stuck on.... haven't actually gone though it yet in lesson but im just getting ahead
Yh i thought that ngl. Thats acc mad that ur going ahead of everyone maybe if u snap me em ill help u cos like im 2nd yr innit so it would kinda be revision for me ygm
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