A car starts from rest and picks up a velocity of 54 km/hr in 10 seconds.Calculate the acceleration of the car ?
Asked by Vikas | 1st Jul, 2017, 10:06: AM
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- If a car starts from rest, i.e its initial velocity is u=0 and in time t=10 secs, it reaches a velocity v=54 km/hr i.e 15m/s.
- Substituting the above values in the formula
v = u +at
You will easily be able to calculate the acceleration of the given car.
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