Q: What is the longest interval of time?

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Apply maximum force for the longest possible time interval

Position and Time interval. Both A (position) and C (time interval).

Acceleration = (speed at the end of some time interval minus speed at the beginning of the interval)/(length of the time interval)

Acceleration has two parts ... its size and its direction.To find the size (magnitude):-- pick a time interval-- measure the speed at the beginning of the interval-- measure the speed at the end of the interval-- subtract the speed at the beginning from the speed at the end-- divide that difference by the length of the time interval-- the result is the magnitude of acceleration during that time interval

Acceleration. Deceleration is a decrease of speed during a given interval of time.

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Apply maximum force for the longest possible time interval

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An interval is the spacing of time. For example: I ran for an interval of 10 minutes then walked for an interval of 30 minutes. Or each car has an interval of 0.5 seconds.

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Time interval is the period of time between the start and end of an activity.

An interval is the spacing of time. For example: I ran for an interval of 10 minutes then walked for an interval of 30 minutes. Or each car has an interval of 0.5 seconds.

the shortest geologic time interval is a period.

The longest in geological time is an Eon eg. Archeozoic Eon . Edit: there is also the supereon, which is usually composed of 2-3 eons.

Position and Time interval. Both A (position) and C (time interval).

The interval between two occurences is TIME.