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I've used the equation V2=V1+ax x t

V2= Final velocity

V1=initial velocity

A= Acceleration

t=time

The answer should be 44m/s [W] But I don't know how they got that. HELP PLEASE! :)

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In summary, the conversation discusses the use of an equation to determine the final velocity of a badminton shuttle after being struck, with a given horizontal velocity of 73m/s [W] and a constant acceleration of 18m/s^2 [E]. The equation used is V2=V1+at and the solution should be 44m/s [W]. The speaker asks for help in understanding the equation and solving the problem.

- #1

- 7

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I've used the equation V2=V1+ax x t

V2= Final velocity

V1=initial velocity

A= Acceleration

t=time

The answer should be 44m/s [W] But I don't know how they got that. HELP PLEASE! :)

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What is the answer you got? Do a sanity check i.e. do your units match, does your answer even make sense in the first place? Can't help you with a problem if you don't show what the problem you're having is :)

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Maybe you show us your calculation.

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Kinematics is a branch of classical mechanics that studies the motion of objects without considering the forces that cause the motion. It describes the position, velocity, and acceleration of objects in motion.

Constant acceleration is when an object's velocity changes by the same amount in each unit of time. This means that the acceleration is constant and not changing over time.

Constant acceleration can be calculated using the formula a = (vf - vi)/t, where a is the acceleration, vf is the final velocity, vi is the initial velocity, and t is the time interval.

Average acceleration is the change in velocity over a period of time, while instantaneous acceleration is the acceleration at a specific moment in time. Average acceleration is calculated using the total change in velocity over the total time, while instantaneous acceleration is calculated using the derivative of the velocity with respect to time.

Constant acceleration causes an object to change its velocity by the same amount in each unit of time, resulting in a straight line on a velocity vs. time graph. This means that the object's velocity will increase or decrease at a constant rate, and its displacement will increase or decrease at an increasing rate.

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