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Grade: 11

                        

We have to find acc .and a,b,c are constants......do it by differentiation

2 years ago

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Arun
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Dear Amrit
 
x^2 = at^2 + 2bt + c
 
hence
x = sqrt (at^2 + 2bt + c)
 
Now
dx / dt = v = [1 / sqrt(at^2 + 2bt + c) ] * [2at + 2b]
 
now you can find d^2 x/dt^2
2 years ago
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