The distance x covered by a body moving in a straight line in time t is given by the relation-
If v is the velocity of body at a certain instance of time, find it's acceleration.
Asked by simasarkar1968 | 28th May, 2020, 07:02: PM
Distance is x
and time is t
The equation given is
t = 2x²+3x
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 28th May, 2020, 08:46: PM
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