Problem 2-86 Linear Kinematics - Part 2 - (a)

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?

diagram of a cyclist on a hill

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