sorry i didnt use latex..I tried...its annoying(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

V=V(initial) + at....when you integrate both sides you get x=x(initial) + ..?

I had a little trouble trying to integrate the (at) do you use the uv-integral(v DV) theorm...well i used that and it and it didnt give me the second equation for constant a...near to it but off by two terms. Would anyone be kind enough to show me?

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