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1. I seem to be really thrown with this question and I was wondering if anyone could please help me.

Starting with the definition of acceleration, show that, for a body experiencing uniform acceleration, the distance travelled is given by

s=ut+1/2at^2

is it just a simple case of substituting a=f/m?

All help would be really appreciated - thank you
2. (Original post by Cherries2013)
I seem to be really thrown with this question and I was wondering if anyone could please help me.

Starting with the definition of acceleration, show that, for a body experiencing uniform acceleration, the distance travelled is given by

s=ut+1/2at^2

is it just a simple case of substituting a=f/m?

All help would be really appreciated - thank you
No. The definition of acceleration is with conditions that and

So you essentially need to find from

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