The distance (s) travelled by a body in time (t) is given by S=ut+1/2a*t^2
How is the formula modified when (1)body starts from rest (2) motion of the body unifrorm

(1) when body starts from rest u=0.
so the eqn becomes s=1/2at^2...(2) when the motion of the body is uniform, acclrtn=0. ie, a=0. thrfore the eqn becomes s=ut..
thanx a lot for the answer :)



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(1) when body starts from rest u=0. (2) when motion is uniform a=0 so the formula become s= ut