ok so say acceleration is constant. the integral of a constant is C in this case equals initial Velocity (V0) so we have But how do i show that using this type of integration? Thanks for all the help in advance...
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Use this a = dv/dt => a = (dv/dx) * (dx/dt) => a = v (dv/dt) since dx/dt = v Now proceed.
Originally Posted by dandaman ok so say acceleration is constant. the integral of a constant is C in this case equals initial Velocity (V0) so we have But how do i show that using this type of integration? Thanks for all the help in advance... integrate velocity ... using the velocity function ... solve for t ... substitute in the displacement equation to eliminate the parameter, t ...
ok now i see. Thanks to all.
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