physics (motion)

the initial velocity of a particle is u (at t=0) and acceleration f is given by at.which relation is valid:
(a)v=u+at^2
(b)v=u +at^2/2
(c)v=u+at
(d)v=u

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asked by vivek
  1. initial velocity is u

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  2. check the units. (a) and (b) are obviously false.

    So, since (d) means constant velocity, (c) is the only possible choice.

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    posted by Steve
  3. V=u at^2

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  4. C us correct dear

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