Thread: dV/dS*v = a
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carhah
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Jan8-13, 04:35 AM
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Quote Quote by tiny-tim View Post
hi carhah!

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but dv/ds = ∞ (draw the graph of v against s)

eg, if a is constant, and if so = vo = 0, then s = 1/2 at2 and v = at,

so v = √(2as), so dv/ds|t=0 = √(a/so)= √(a/0) = ∞



thanks tim :D
BUT DOES that mean that we cannot apply that formula a=dv/ds*v in case of constant acceleration. :)