These are, almost, the equations of motion of a body moving with a constant acceleration.
The first equation is wrong, it should be
Multiply the third equation by 2, and solve for ; multiply the second equation by and substitute the .
Hi,
I have just sumitted a maths paper and one question has given me sleepless nights and I'm after advice:
The question:
Show that x = v_{1 }+ 1/2 at^{2 }if v_{2} = v_{1 }+ at and x = (v_{1 }+ v_{2}) t-----------2
I hadn't got a clue where to even start and made a complete hash of it!
Any advice where I should of started or what I should of done would be great.
Thanks
These are, almost, the equations of motion of a body moving with a constant acceleration.
The first equation is wrong, it should be
Multiply the third equation by 2, and solve for ; multiply the second equation by and substitute the .