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How would you know when a question requires SUVAT to be solved? I tend to come across some SUVAT questions and attempt something different almost all the time.

My question is, is there a way which I can identify it to be a specific SUVAT question?
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If two or more data were given (initial velocity, acceleration, etc) and you were asked to find something (either s or u or v or a or t), then you use the SUVAT equation.
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Good luck for tomorrow ! Any predictions ?
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i'm doing new spec on the 5th, but nah i don't trust these predictions lmao
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If they give you an polynomial like v=x+4, then you obviously dont use suvats! M1 only has forces and kinematics so if they ask you a question about a ball being thrown upwards, then that is suvats.
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How would you know when a question requires SUVAT to be solved? I tend to come across some SUVAT questions and attempt something different almost all the time.

My question is, is there a way which I can identify it to be a specific SUVAT question?
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