I am having a little bit of trouble with this following problem -
Suppose a particle has initial velocity and is moving with a constant acceleration. After t seconds its velocity is v. What will its displacement be in 2t seconds?
I have tried to solve this on my own with the help of these equations -
- v = u + at ( a is acceleration, u is initial velocity)
- s = ut + 1/2 at^2 ( s is the displacement)
- v^2 = u^2 + 2as
- s = (u+v)*t/2
I tried to replace all the acceleration parameter using equation 1(a = (v-u)/t) in all other equations. I've also tried some other ways but they didn't help.
but I couldn't figure out how to do it.
I wish I could have tagged it as
high-school physics, but couldn't find such tag.
Any help is appreciated!!!!!