Writing the Equations of motion

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Equations of motion
Relevant Equations
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I have attached the problem and I have also taken a photo of my working for it, it seems my answer is wrong.

I would be grateful if you could please check where I have gone wrong.

Thanks a lot.
 

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Sorry, your Upload of the problem statement will not zoom in, and is too small to be readable. Your cellphone picture of your work is dark and unreadable. I really would like to help you on this, especially since you are trying to show your work, but you need to make a better effort to make your post readable.

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1. What are the three equations of motion?

The three equations of motion are:

1. Velocity equation: v = u + at, where v is final velocity, u is initial velocity, a is acceleration, and t is time.

2. Displacement equation: s = ut + 1/2at^2, where s is displacement, u is initial velocity, a is acceleration, and t is time.

3. Acceleration equation: v^2 = u^2 + 2as, where v is final velocity, u is initial velocity, a is acceleration, and s is displacement.

2. How do you determine the direction of motion in the equations?

The direction of motion is determined by the sign of the values in the equations. A positive value indicates motion in the positive direction, while a negative value indicates motion in the negative direction.

3. What is the difference between average and instantaneous velocity?

Average velocity is the total displacement divided by the total time taken, while instantaneous velocity is the velocity at a specific moment in time. Average velocity is represented by v, while instantaneous velocity is represented by v(t).

4. How do you use the equations of motion to solve problems?

To solve problems using the equations of motion, you need to identify the known and unknown variables, and then choose the appropriate equation to solve for the unknown variable. Plug in the known values and solve for the unknown variable.

5. Can the equations of motion be used for any type of motion?

The equations of motion can be used for motion in a straight line with constant acceleration. This includes motion in a horizontal direction, vertical direction, or at an angle. However, they cannot be used for motion with changing acceleration, such as circular motion.

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