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## Homework Statement

V = u + delta v

[Here V = final velocity, u = initial velocity and delta v = change in velocity (v-u/t-t)]

As I know, a = v-u/t so, v = u + at

So could you explain why v = u + delta v?

## Homework Equations

V = u + delta v

[Here V = final velocity, u = initial velocity and delta v = change in velocity (v-u/t-t)]

As I know, a = v-u/t so, v = u + at

So could you explain why v = u + delta v?

## The Attempt at a Solution

As I know, a = v-u/t so, v = u + at

So could you explain why v = u + delta v?