Given that s=ut+at^2 and that the rate of change of distance with time = speed, show that, v=u+at OK so it is quite simple it's a matter of differentiating the first term. But why exactly?
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simply because velocity is defined as the rate of change of position with respect to time. specifically ...
If you were to differentiate you would not get you would get Because given that the object starts at position 0.
my bad, it was a typo.
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