Posted by **karan** on Tuesday, August 19, 2014 at 3:38pm.

For a particle undergoing rectilinear motion with uniform acceleration, the magnitude of displacement is one third the distance covered in some time interval. The magnitude of final velocity is less than magnitude of initial velocity for this time interval. Then the ratio of initial speed to the final speed for this thime interval is:

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