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Acceleration a=(2-t) m/s ,in how much time the change in velocity become zero?

Asked by 443879616104558 21st August 2018, 7:07 PM
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Answer:
acceleration a = (dv/dt) = (t-2) m/s2
 
hence change in velocity, dv = (t-2)dt  ......(1)
 
from eqn.(1), we get at t=2 s , change in velocity dv = 0
Answered by Expert 21st August 2018, 9:00 PM
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