# CBSE Class 9 Physics Equations of Motion

## Q.

____________ gives the relation between position and velocity.

## Q.

Which of the following is not the correct way to express the first equation of motion?

(A) v = u + at

(B) v - u = -at

(C) u = v/at

(D) a = (v - u)/t

## Q.

Which equation is also known by the name velocity-displacement equation?

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