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The initial velocity of the particle is u (at t=0) and the acceleration f is given by at. What is the velocity of the particle at a time t?

My answer is v = u + at^2 but the book answer is v = u + (at^2)/2. Which is right?

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# Homework Help: Velocity at a time t

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