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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 this equation for instantaneous velocity and work out the acceleration of a body from rest to the final velocity if t= 24 secs. and v= 4.01m/s

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    Now differentiating with respect to time, ...

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    This shows how to differentiate a given equation working wtih velocity and acceleration.

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