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when x= Tsquare-5t+6
then distance between t=0 to t=5 will be how much

Asked by mridulsharma266 24th October 2017, 10:33 PM
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Answer:
begin mathsize 12px style x space equals space t squared minus 5 t plus 6

a t space t space equals space 0 space space space space x space equals space 6 semicolon

a t space t space equals space 5 comma space space space x space equals space 5 squared minus 5 cross times 5 plus 6 space space equals space 6 end style
 
Let us assume the trajectory as a function of time is 
 
begin mathsize 12px style x space equals space t squared minus 5 t plus 6 end style, as shown in figure. But as per calculation at t=0 and at t=5, the object is at same point.
 
Hence the distance between the point at t=0 and the point at t=5 is zero
Answered by Expert 25th October 2017, 11:06 AM
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