# Problem 2-86 Linear Kinematics - (b)

A bicyclist, traveling at $4.0\; km/h$ at the top of a hill coasts downward with constant acceleration, reaching a speed of $33 \;km/h$ in $33\; s.$ What distance, in metres, does the cyclist travel in that time?

Correct.

We must convert the velocities to

(A)   $\text{miles/h}$

(B)  $m/s$

(C)  $\text{furlongs/fortnight}$