intro physics proof


by cosmic-barley
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cosmic-barley
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#1
Sep26-07, 08:39 PM
P: 1
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
Show a derivation of d = 1/2 a t2


2. Relevant equations
hint: v=a*t


3. The attempt at a solution
I'm not sure how to attempt this. to be perfectly frank I am not well versed in physics/mathematics. If anyone could be of assistance, i would be most grateful.
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Benzoate
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#2
Sep26-07, 09:16 PM
P: 569
take the derivative of d with respect to t and that will give you the velocity.


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