What is First Equation of Motion

First Equation of Motion

 

First Equation of Motion

Suppose an object moves with initial velocity ‘Vi” in a time “t” and covers a distance “S“ in an acceleration “a” and the final velocity of an object becomes “Vf

 

According to the definition of the acceleration “The rate of change of velocity is

called acceleration“

 

i.e. Acceleration = Change of velocity/time

 

=> a= Vf -Vi/t

DERIVATION

a = Vf – Vi/ t

at = Vf – Vi

or

Vf = Vi + at

 

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