What is the 1st equation of motion
Asked by vaishnaviravtale | 20th Aug, 2019, 05:51: PM
First equation of motion is given by
v = u + at
v - final velocity
u - initial velocity
a - acceleration
t - time
If a body is accelerating then 'a' is positive.
If a body is deccelerating then 'a' is negative.
This equation gives the velocity acquired by a body in time 't'.
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 21st Aug, 2019, 11:20: AM
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