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Shivam Bhagat Grade: 9
        according to-S=ut+1/2at2  ,u=0

a=2S/t2

ACCORDING to definition-- a=v/t u=0
v=S/t
a=S/t2

WHY IS IT SO THAT BOTH a ARE DIFFERENT?

6 years ago

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vikas askiitian expert
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we use v = s/t when it is given that velocity is constant wrt time or no acclerated motion....


but when there is constant accleration then we use V = u + at  or s=ut+at2/2        (for constant accleration)

6 years ago
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