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if a body having initial velocity zero is moving with a uniform acceleration of 8 m / s^2 . the distance travelled by it in fifth second will be

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3 years ago

Arun
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```							 As we know the formula,Distance travelled in nth second (S) = S = u +(1/2)* f *(2n-1)Put the value of u = 0, f = 8 m/sec^2, n= 5HenceS =(1/2)*8*(2*5 -1)S = 36 metres
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