Im not asking this question but asking why the gradient isnt 1/g but 2/g
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Gradient of t^2 against s -why 2/g? watch
- Thread Starter
- 24-03-2013 11:43
- 24-03-2013 14:44
Start off with s = ut + 1/2at^2. In this case, u = 0 and a = g. Rearrange so that you get something that starts off with "t^2 = ". What do you get?