# CBSE Class 9 Physics Equations of Motion

## Q.

If an object at rest is accelerated at 2 m/s2 and attains a velocity of 4 m/s, then the distance travelled by it in 2 seconds is

## Q.

When a body is moving in circular motion with constant speed,

## Q.

An object is moving with a speed of 10 m/s along a circular path. If it covers one round in 30 seconds, then the approximate value of the radius of the circular path is

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