We all know that the formulae for velocity is v=x/t (x=distance) & that acceleration= (v-u)/t(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

know as we know x=ut+(at^2)/2 lets replace this value of x in the formulae of velocity & make "a" the subject of furmaulae, What I got was

a=2(v-u)/t istead of a= (v-u)/t Whats my mistake?????:surprised

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# Homework Help: Seems simple but strange

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