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kushashwa23

  • 4 years ago

can any1 help me in physics please

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  1. kushashwa23
    • 4 years ago
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    prove \[s=ut+\frac{1}{2}at^2\]

  2. naf
    • 4 years ago
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    i think i can wait.....

  3. naf
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    \[average velocity=(v+u) \div2\] \[distance covered,s=average velo timestime\] =\[[(v+u)\div2]timest\] =\[[(u+at+u)\div2]timest\] =\[(2ut+at ^{2})\div2\] =\[ut+(1\div2)at ^{2}\] therefore s=\[ut+(1\div2)at ^{2}\] hope this helps sorry that i made u wait:)

  4. naf
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    times means 'x'

  5. kushashwa23
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    its ok

  6. kushashwa23
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    thanks

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