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# An object starting from rest travels with a uniform acceleration of $$5 m/s^2$$.Calculate the velocity and distance traveled after $$1$$ minute?

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#### $$v=u+at$$$$u=0$$=$$0+ 5m/s^2\times 60s$$$$a= 5m/s^2$$=$$0+300 m/s$$$$t=1\ min$$So, $$t=60 sec$$=$$300 m/s$$$$s= ut +1/2 at^2$$=$$0 \times 60 + 1/2 \times 5 \times 60^2$$=$$9000 m$$

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