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3) Find the average speed of an object moving according to the diagram below within the given periods. T a) from 0 to 10 seconds c) from 10 to 20 seconds b) From 20 to 28 seconds d) from 0 to 32 seconds Displacement (m) 5 N Time (s) 0 10 15 20 22 24 28 32 -5

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