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Oct 11th 2008, 04:45 PM
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Derivation of Equations
Derive the equation:
x
f=
1/2a
t
^2 +
v
i
t
+
x
i
to get the equation :
v
f
^2=
v
i
^2 + 2a
(x
f

x
i
).
We know to plug in (
v
f
V
i
) / a for t.
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