### A truck covers 40.0 m in 8.50 s while smoothy slowing down to a final speed of 2.80m/s . Find orginal speed.

A truck covers 40.0 m in 8.50 s while smoothy slowing down to a final speed of 2.80m/s . Find orginal speed.

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A truck covers 40.0 m in 8.50 s while smoothy slowing down to a final speed of 2.80m/s . Find orginal speed.

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