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A particle start moving with acceleration 2m/s^2.Distance covered by it in 5th half sec is?

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  1. at the end of the 4th half sec, the velocity is 4 m/s

    at the end of the 5th half sec, the velocity is 5 m/s

    the average velocity over the 5th half second is 4.5 m/s

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