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I encounter a difficulty solving most simple problem related to constant power and speed of particle the problem is as follows:

Express the speed (V) of a car given a constant power P , the mass of the car is m, the car travels distance x and it at first was at rest.

I assume initial speed and dist. is zero, if P is constant I can write it as P=FV so

V=P/F ; F=mA (where A is acceleration) here I feel there should be some integration but I don't know how to continue ?

Help will be appreciated!

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# Constant Power and speed of particle relation

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