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    An electron is accelerated in a linear particle accelerator. At time t = 0, its speed is v0 along the axis of the accelerator, and it is subjected to a force producing a constant acceleration of magnitude a.

    Select the option which represents the formula most appropriate for finding the distance s that the electron has travelled after a given time, t.

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    Formula for distance travelled is found for an electron in a linear particle accelerator.

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