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2014-07-25T20:35:30+05:30
T=time
a= acceleration
v=velocity
u=initial velocity

a=(v-u)/t
at=v-u
at+u=v
Therefore v=u+at
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2014-07-25T21:53:24+05:30

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Consider the graph attached below:
The linear motion of a body with initial velocity - u
The body accelerates uniformly with  - a
 Time - t
And aquires final velocity - v

The velocity-time graph is a straight line DB.

Initial velocity = OD = u
Final Velocity = OC = v
Acceleration = Slope of line DB,

Acceleration (a)

a = AB / AD 

a = DC / OE 


a = (OC-OD) / OE


a = (v-u) / t


at = v-u
v = u + at
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