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S=u+a(n-1/2),is this equation correct if yes,most of numericals cannot be solved by it

S=u+a(n-1/2),is this equation correct


if yes,most of numericals cannot be solved by it

Grade:9

1 Answers

Diptanil Das
33 Points
9 years ago

No, they r not correct. The correct equations are :

(A) S=ut+ (1/2)ft2

(B) S=ut - ?(1/2)ft2

(C) Sn=u + (f/2)(2n-1)

 

S=Total displacement

u=Initial velocity

f=acceleration

t=Time

Sn= Displacement during nth second

n= nth second

 

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