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Problem: Henry hits a hockey puck in the positive x-direction at time, t ≈ t  0. The puck is then stopped by a net starting at time, t ≈ t1. Which of the following curves could describe the acceleration of the hockey puck if we ignore any effects of friction?

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Henry hits a hockey puck in the positive x-direction at time, t ≈ t  0. The puck is then stopped by a net starting at time, t ≈ t1. Which of the following curves could describe the acceleration of the hockey puck if we ignore any effects of friction?

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