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Problem: If an object moves in a straight line in the negative direction with decreasing speed, its acceleration will beA) zeroB) constantC) negativeD) positive

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If an object moves in a straight line in the negative direction with decreasing speed, its acceleration will be

A) zero

B) constant

C) negative

D) positive

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