A particle moves along a straight line such that its displacement s at any time t is zero is s=t^3-6t^2+3t+4 meters, t being in second. The velocity when acceleration is zero is
Asked by Padmasinha3578 | 14th Apr, 2019, 10:09: AM
Hint. For velocity calculate ds/dt and for acceleration differentiate velocity.
Once you equate acceleration to 0, you will get t = 2s.
Put 't=2' in the obtained derivation for ds/dt, you will get the value of velocity.
Answered by | 14th Apr, 2019, 12:39: PM
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