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24 February, 03:43

A train engineer started the train from a standstill and sped up to 5 meters per second, she then rounded a corner at a constant speed. She then sped the train up to 10 meters per second on the next straightaway. Next, the train chugged around another bend at 10 m/sec, and then its speed slowed to 5 meters per second after coming out of the bend. Finally, the train reached the station, and the engineer applied the brakes and brought the engine to a stop. How many times did the train accelerate?

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  1. 24 February, 04:55
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    The train accelerated four times, constant speed entails no acceleration.
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