V=v0 + 2at ? or V=v0 + at ?

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r3dxP
which one is correct?

V=v0 + 2at ? or V=v0 + at ?
where v0 is initial and a is acceleration and t is time.
 

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Pengwuino
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V=v0 +at

The acceleration part should be common sense. Acceleration * time = velocity.
 
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r3dxP
**** i did all my questions wrong .. FUKFUKFUKUFKUFKUFK
 
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dextercioby
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You're mixing the simple time integration of constant acceleration with Galilei's formula

[tex] v^{2}=v_{0}^{2}+2 a x [/tex]

also valid for constant acceleration along the Ox axis.

Daniel.
 

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