Differentiation: s = ut + 1/2at^2
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This equation represents displacement of a body(s) against time (t) where (u) is the initial velocity and (a) is the acceleration.
Differentiate to derive the equation for instantaneous velocity, which would be represented by the gradient of a graph.
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This equation represents displacement of a ...
A displacement equation is differentiated to obtain an expression regarding instantaneous velocity.