The initial velocity of a particle is u(att=0) and the acceleration is given by f=at. Which of the following relations is valid?
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The initial velocity of a particle is u (at t=0) and the acceleration f is given by f=at where a is a constant. Which of the following relation is valid?
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A body is moving with an initial velocity of u and having constant acceleration a. The final velocity v can be obtained by using which of the following equation of motion if a body covers a distance s.
The initial velocity of a particle (at t=0) is u and the acceleration by f of particle at time t is given f=at. Where a is a constant which of the following relation for velocity v of particle after time t is correct?
Prove v = u + at
where u = initial velocity, v = final velocity, a = acceleration and t = time period