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20

Motion along a

Straight Line

1. (a) Distance OA = 5 m

Distance OB = 2 m

(c)

s , 0

t2 4t , 0

t(t 4) , 0

Displacement of B from O = 2 m

= 52 + 3(5)

= 40 m

= s4 s0

= [42 + 3(4)] (0)

= 28 m

0 , t , 4 is the time when the particle is on the

left of O.

(d) s . 0

Based on diagram in (c),

t . 4 is the time when the particle is on the right

of O.

(c) s5 s3

= [52 + 3(5)] [32 + 3(3)]

= 22 m

(d) Distance travelled during the 3rd second

= s3 s2

= [32 + 3(3)] [22 + 3(2)]

=8m

4. (a) s = t(t 4)

= t2 4t

t

3. (a) s = t2 4t

When s = 0,

t2 4t = 0

t(t 4) = 0

t = 0, 4

After 4 seconds, the particle returns to O.

s

5

(b) When s = 4,

4 = t2 4t

t2 4t + 4 = 0

(t 2)2 = 0

t = 2

After 2 seconds, the particle is at 4 m on the left

of O.

t

2

4 5

(b) (i)

O.

=24+5

= 13 m

the right of O.

O again is 4 s.

(c) When t = 1,

v = 2(1) + 6

= 8

Therefore, the particle is moving towards right.

(v)

t . 4 is the time interval when the particle

is on the right-hand side of O.

ds

v =

dt

= 6t 12

5. (a) s = t2 9

t=0

A

When t = 0, s = 9

OA = 9 m

= 12 m s1

Its direction of motion is towards left.

(b)

s = 0

t2 9 = 0

(t + 3)(t 3) = 0

t = 3, t = 3 is ignored

(c)

s , 0

t2 9 , 0

(t + 3)(t 3) , 0

s = 3(2)2 12(2)

= 12 m

(c) When v = 0,

6t 12 = 0

t = 2

is 2 s and the displacement is 12 m on the left of

O.

(d)

v , 0

6t 12 , 0

t , 2

The time interval is 0 < t , 2 when the particle

is moving towards left.

0 < t , 3 is the time interval when the particle

is on the left-hand side of O.

(d) s = 42 9

= 7 m

8. (a) v = t(t 4)

t

(e) s4 s3

= (42 9) (32 9)

=7m

(f) s = t2 9

s

7

4

(b) (i) Minimum velocity is 4 m s1.

t

3

10 = 2t + 6

2t = 4

t = 2

After 2 seconds passing through O, its velocity

is 10 m s1.

(iii) v dt =

6. (a) v = 2t + 6

Initial velocity = 2(0) + 6

= 6 m s1

towards left is 0 , t , 4.

(t2 4t) dt

4

t3

= 2t2

0

3

43

= 2(4)2 (0)

3

2

= 10 m

3

2

4 seconds is 10 m.

3

9. (a) v = 3t2 + 8t

(f) v = 3t2 + 8t

= (3t + 8t) dt

s = v dt

= t3 + 4t2 + c

When t = 0, s = 0

\c=0

s = t3 + 4t2

10. (a) v = t3 4t

When v = 0,

t3 4t = 0

t(t2 4) = 0

t = 0, t2 = 4

t = 2, t = 2 is ignored

After 2 seconds, the particle stops instantaneously.

(b) The distance travelled in the first 3 seconds

=

3

8

31 2

(0)

8

v = 0, that is, t = .

3

Maximum distance = t3 + 4t2

8 3

8 2

= +4

3

3

13

= 9 m

27

1 2

1 24

v dt +

v dt =

2

0

3

2

v dt

(t3 4t) dt

2

t4 2t2

=

4

0

4

2

= 2(2)2 (0)

4

= 4

3

3

t4 2t2

v dt =

4

2 3

2

(3t2 + 8t) dt

8 3

8

= +4

3

3

13

= 9 m

27

v dt

= 3t3 + 4t 4

8

right direction is 0 , t , .

3

8 3

8

for the second time is s.

3

(c)

v . 0

3t2 + 8t . 0

t(3t + 8) . 0

1

5

3

1

5

3

(b) When v = 0,

3t2 + 8t = 0

t(3t + 8) = 0

8

t = 0,

3

3 2(3)2

24 2(2)2

=

4

4

1

= 6 m

4

4 3

1

= 4 + 6

4

1

= 10 m

4

(c)

v , 0

t3 4t , 0

t(t2 4) , 0

From the graph,

0 , t , 2 is the time interval when the particle

is moving towards left.

1 2

(d) When t = 5,

Velocity, v = 53 4(5)

= 105 m s1

(g) v = 3t2 4t + 1

= (3t 1)(t 1)

ds

Velocity, v =

dt

= 3t2 4t + 1

dv

(b) Acceleration, a =

dt

= 6t 4

3

0

v

5

(c) When v = 0,

3t2 4t + 1 = 0

(3t 1)(t 1) = 0

1

t = , 1

3

The acceleration of the particle when it stops at

second time

= 6(1) 4

= 2 m s2

1

1

(h) a = 6t 4

t

(d) When a = 8,

6t 4 = 8

t = 2

The displacement when a = 8

= 23 2(2)2 + 2

= 2 m on the right of O

a

8

6t 4 = 0

4

t =

6

2

=

3

Minimum velocity

= 3t2 4t + 1

2 2

2

=3 4 +1

3

3

1

1

=ms

3

1 2

1

3

1

= v dt + 1 v dt

v

1

1 2

(f) s = t3 2t2 + t

t

s

2

(3t2 4t + 1) dt

1

4

= m

27

v dt =

= 3t3 2t2 + t4 3

t

1

3113 2

1 2 1

2 + (0)

3

3

1 2

v dt = 3t3 2t2 + t4 1

3

= [1 2(1) + 1]

4

= 0

27

4

= m

27

3

1 2

3113 2

1 2 1

2 +

3

3

1 2

4

4

= +

27

27

8

= m

27

(iii)

s = t3 + 12t

= 43 + 12(4)

= 112 m

13. (a) v = 6t 10

dv

a =

dt

a = 6

12. (a) a = 6t

= 6t dt

v = a dt

s = (6t 10) dt

(b) s = v dt

= 3t + c

2

Given t = 0, v = 12,

\ c = 12

v = 3t2 + 12

s = 3t2 10t + c

Given t = 0, s = 0, \ c = 0

\ s = 3t2 10t

= (3t + 12) dt

(b) s = v dt

(c)

s , 0

3t2 10t , 0

t(3t 10) , 0

= t3 + 12t + c

Given t = 0, s = 0,

\c=0

s = t3 + 12t

(c) (i) Displacement = 13 + 12(1)

= 13 m on the right of O

(ii) Velocity = 3(1)2 + 12

= 15 m s1

(iii) Acceleration = 6t

= 6(1)

= 6 m s2

(d) When v = 24,

3t2 + 12 = 24

3t2 = 12

t2 = 4

t = 2, t = 2 is ignored

5

moving towards direction of left is 0 < t , .

3

6t 10 = 0

5

t =

3

Maximum displacement on the left

5 2

5

= 3 10

3

3

s = t3 + 12t

Distance travelled after 2 seconds

= 23 + 12(2)

= 32 m

(ii)

s2 = 32 m

s1 = 13 + 12(1)

= 13 m

10

left of O is 0 , t , .

3

(d)

v , 0

6t 10 , 0

10

t ,

6

5

t ,

3

Acceleration when v = 24

=62

= 12 m s2

(e) (i)

t

10

1 2

1 2

50

25

=

3

3

= s 2 s1

= 32 13

= 19 m

25

= m

3

5

v dt

=

3

5

3

(b)

v , 0

t2 8t + 12 , 0

(t 2)(t 6) , 0

(6t 10) dt

= 3t2 10t4

5

3

= [3(5)2 10(5)] [3(3)2 10(3)]

= 25 (3)

= 28 m

(g) (i) v = 6t 10

v

(4, 14)

B

0

10

12

2 1

2

0

(t2 8t + 12) dt +

4

2

4 u3 t3

a = 2t 8,

v = (2t 8) dt

Given t = 0, v = 12

\ c = 12

v = t2 8t + 12

Minimum velocity, v = 42 8(4) + 12

= 4 m s1

4(4)2 + 12(4)

= 10 2 + 5 1

3

3

= 16 m

to point R.

dv

(b) a =

dt

= 2t + 3

v = t2 8t + c

4u

2. (a) v = t2 + 3t + 4

At the point R, v = 0

t2 + 3t + 4 = 0

t2 3t 4 = 0

(t 4)(t + 1) = 0

\t=4

1. (a) Given a = 2t 8

For minimum velocity, a = 0

\ 2t 8 = 0

t = 4

4u

4 u3 43

(t2 8t + 12) dt

4t2 12t

= 2 4(2)2 + 12(2) +

3

3

2 4(2)2 12(2)

3

2

3

= t 4t2 + 12t +

3

0

Total displacement

(ii) Average velocity =

Time

8

=

4

= 2 m s1

= Area of shaded region

From

74

3

Average speed =

4

1

= 6 m s1

6

\2 , t , 6

(c)

Total distance travelled in the first 4 seconds

5

7

1

1

= 10 + 14

3

3

2

2

49

25

= +

3

3

74

=

3

= 2(4) + 3

= 5 m s2

a = 0

2t + 3 = 0

3

t =

2

Maximum velocity

3 2

3

= +3 +4

2

2

1

= 6 m s1

4

1 2

3. (a) v =

(i)

7 seconds

=

1 2

1

0

1

0

v dt +

7

1

v dt

(t2 + 8t 7) dt

1

t3

= + 4t2 7t

3

0

1

= + 4 7 (0)

3

1

= 3 m

3

3

1

t + 8t 7

Initial velocity

= (0)2 + 8(0) 7

= 7 m s1

v dt =

7

t3

v dt = + 4t2 7t

3

1

1

73

1

2

= + 4(7) 7(7) + 4 7

3

3

(ii)

v . 0

t2 + 8t 7 . 0

(t + 1)(t 7) . 0

4 1

= 36 m

1

Total distance travelled = 3 + 36

3

1

= 39 m

3

t

1

4. (a) vQ = 2t2 4t 16

dvQ

= 4t 4

dt

particle moves towards right is 1 , t , 7.

(iii)

a ,

2t + 8 ,

2t ,

t .

dvQ

vQ is minimum when = 0,

dt

4t 4 = 0

t = 1

0

0

8

4

the acceleration is negative is t . 4.

(b) v = t2 + 8t 7

= (t + 7)(t 1)

t

\ vQ = 0

2t2 4t 16 = 0

t2 2t 8 = 0

(t 4)(t + 2) = 0

t = 4, t = 2 is ignored

vQ = 2t2 4t 16

0 1

= 2(1)2 4(1) 16

= 18 m s1

sQ = (2t2 4t 16) dt

2

= t3 2t2 16t + c

3

Given t = 0, SQ = 0, \ c = 0

2

sQ = t3 2t2 16t

3

When t = 4,

2

BC = (4)3 2(4)2 16(4)

3

1

= 53 m

3

6t 12 = 0

t = 2

Displacement from O = 3(2)2 12(2)

= 12 m

1

AC = 60 53

3

2

= 6 m

3

3t2 12t = 15

3t2 12t 15 = 0

t2 4t 5 = 0

(t + 1)(t 5) = 0

t = 5, t = 1 is ignored

(c) When Q at C, t = 4

Displacement of P = 4 3

= 12 m

12 m.

2

= 12 6

3

1

= 5 m

3

The velocity = 6(5) 12

= 18 m s1

2. (a)

P

A

(b)

s , 0

3t2 12t , 0

3t(t 4) , 0

sp = 52 + 4(5)

= 45 m

t

4

on the left of O is 0 , t , 4.

sQ = 42 8(4)

= 16 m

After 4 seconds particle Q passes through B, it

reverses its direction at a distance of 16 m on the

left of B.

(c) Velocity of object P, vP = 2t + 4

When t = 4,

vP = 2(4) + 4

= 12 m s1

again

= 6(4) 12

= 12 m s1

through A and B respectively and it is at 45 m on

the right of A.

2t 8 = 0

t = 4

3t2 12t = 0

3t(t 4) = 0

t = 4, t = 0 is ignored

ds

v =

dt

= 6t 12

sQ = t 2 8t

sP = t2 + 4t, sQ = t2 8t

Assume P and Q meet at C after k seconds.

Distance travelled by P + Distance travelled by

Q = 60

(k2 + 4k) + (8k k2) = 60

12k = 60

k = 5

Displacement = s1 s0

= [3(1)2 12(1)] (0)

= 9 m

The distance travelled in the first second is 9 m.

60 m

sP = t 2 + 4t ,

(d) sQ = t2 8t

10

20

20

4

3

2

= v dt + 4 v dt

8 10

(e) vQ , 0

2t 8 , 0

t , 4

When the particle reverses, v = 0

4t 3t2 = 0

t(4 3t) = 0

4

t = , t = 0 is ignored

3

Given v = 4t 3t2,

a = 4 6t

4

At t = ,

3

4

a = 4 6

3

= 4 m s2

1 2

v dt =

v = 4t 3t2

2

4

(4t 3t2) dt

4

= 32t2 t34 3

0

4 2

4

= 2

3

3

5

= 1 m

27

3 1 2 1 2 4 (0)

2

v dt = 32t2 t344

3

4 2

4

= [2(2)2 23] 2

3

3

5

= 1 m

27

3 1 2 1 24

5

= 1 2

27

10

= 2 m

27

Displacement

=

Time

When t = 2, s = 2(2)2 23

=0

= 2t2 t3 + c

Given t = 0, s = 0, \ c = 0

s = 2t2 t3

=1m

in the direction of left.

4. (a) v = t2 6t k

Given v = 0, when t = 3

0 = 32 6(3) k

k = 9

1 m.

(b) v = t2 6t + 9

When t = 0, v = 9 m s1

The velocity at O is 9 m s1.

t

3

2

3

2

=

=

v dt

(t2 6t + 9) dt

t3

= 3t2 + 9t

3

(t2 3t 10) dt

3

t3

= t2 10t

2

3

4 3

= (2t 3) dt

v dt

6

3

53

(5)2 10(5)

2

3

5

= 3 m

6

For minimum velocity, a = 0

2t 3 = 0

3

t =

2

5

5

Total distance travelled = 45 + 3

6

6

2

= 49 m

3

Minimum velocity = t2 3t 10

3 2

3

= 3 10

2

2

9

9

= 10

2

4

1

= 12 m s1

4

(ii) a , 0

2t 3 , 0

3

t ,

2

1 2

6. (a) a = 10 m s2

v =

10 dt

v = 10t + c

Given t = 2, v = 15, \ c = 35

v = 10t 35

(i) At point O, t = 0,

Its velocity = 10(0) 35

= 35 m s1

3

is 0 < t , .

2

(b) (i) v = t2 3t 10

= (t 5)(t + 2)

10

3

6

= (6)2 10(6)

2

3

Given t = 0, v = 10, \ c = 10

v = t2 3t 10

= t2 3t + c

3

t3

= t2 10t

2

3

1 2

v = a dt

3

5

= (5)2 10(5) (0)

2

3

5

= 45 m

6

Distance from t = 5 to t = 6

5. (a) (i) a = 2t 3

(ii)

s = (10t 35) dt

3

1

12

4

s = 5t2 35t + c

Given t = 0, s = 0, \ c = 0

s = 5t2 35t

When v = 25,

10t 35 = 25

t

=6

8

0

10

v dt

33

23

= 3(3)2 + 9(3) 3(2)2 + 9(2)

3

3

1

= m

3

3 12

1

,

2

4

10

= 5(6)2 35(6)

= 30 m

= 30 m on the left of O

2. (a) s = t3 + pt2 + qt

Given s = 0, t = 3

10t 35 = 0

35

t =

10

7

t =

2

0 = 33 + p(3)2 + q(3)

9p + 3q + 27 = 0

3p + q + 9 = 0.......................... 1

s = t3 + pt2 + qt

Given s = 6 when t = 1

s = 5t2 35t

7 2

7

= 5 35

2

2

1

= 61 m

4

1 2

1 2

6 = 1 + p(1) + q(1)

p + q + 7 = 0................................ 2

1 2, 2p + 2 = 0

p = 1

1

\ The distance travelled is 61 m.

4

Substitute p = 1 into 2,

1 + q + 7 = 0

q = 6

(c) At O, s = 0

5t2 35t = 0

5t(t 7) = 0

t = 0, 7

Therefore, p = 1, q = 6

(b) s = t3 t2 6t

v = 3t2 2t 6

a = 6t 2

= 10(7) 35

= 35 m s1

When a = 0,

6t 2 = 0

1

t =

3

1 2

1

Velocity = 3 2 6

3

3

1

2

=6

3

3

19

=

3

1

= 6 m s1

3

1. (a) For sA = at t

When t = 4, sA = 0

\ 0 = 4a 16

a = 4

2

(b) sA = 4t t2.................................... 1

sB = t............................................. 2

sA = sB

4t t2 = t

t2 4t + t = 0

t2 3t = 0

t(t 3) = 0

t = 3, t = 0 is ignored as it is the starting

time

(c) sA = 4t t2

vA = 4 2t

1 2

3. (a) (i)

v = pt qt2

When t = 4, v = 0

0 = 4p 16q

p = 4q................................... 1

a = p 2qt

Given a = 4 when t = 4

4 = p 2q(4)

4 = p 8q......................... 2

Substitute 1 into 2,

4 = 4q 8q

4 = 4q

q = 1

For sA to be maximum, vA = 0

4 2t = 0

t = 2

1 2

Maximum displacement of A

= 4(2) 22

=4m

Substitute q = 1 into 1,

p = 4

Therefore, p = 4, q = 1

11

1

(b) s = 2t2 t3

3

When t = 0, s = 0

(ii)

v = 4t t2

1

s = 2t2 t3 + c

3

When t = 0, s = 0

\ c = 0

1

s = 2t2 t3

3

When at O again, s = 0

1

2t2 t3 = 0

3

1

t2 2 t = 0

3

1

2 t = 0, t = 0 is ignored

3

t = 6

When s = 0,

1

2t2 t3 = 0

3

1

2

t 2 t = 0

3

1

2 t = 0

3

t = 6

(iii)

For maximum s, v = 0

v = 4t t2

0 = 4t t2

t(4 t) = 0

\ t = 4

When t = 4,

1

s = 2(4)2 (4)3

3

32

=

3

1

= 2(4)2 (4)3 0

3

2

= 10 m

3

32

1

1

= 2(6)2 (6)3 2(4)2 (4)3

3

3

2

= 0 10

3

2

= 10

3

2

= 10 m

3

4 3

t

4

4. (a) When t = 0, vB = 02 4

= 4 cm s1

(b) vA = 0 for A turning back

4 + 6t 4t2 = 0

4t2 6t 4 = 0

2t2 3t 2 = 0

(2t + 1)(t 2) = 0

t 2 = 0

6 seconds

2

= 2 10

3

32

= 2

3

64

=

3

1

= 21 m

3

1

t = 2 s, t = is ignored

2

(c) vA = 4 + 6t 4t2

4

sA = 4t + 3t2 t3 + c

3

When t = 0, sA = 0

\c=0

4

sA = 4t + 3t2 t3

3

When t = 2,

4

sA = 4(2) + 3(2)2 (2)3

3

1

= 9 cm

3

12

3

2

4

v dt = 4t + 3t2 t3

3

(b) aA = aB

4 = 10 + 6t

6t = 6

t = 1 s

4

1

= 4(3) + 3(3)2 (3)3 9

3

3

1

= 6 cm

3

1

1

Total distance travelled = 9 + 6

3

3

2

= 15 cm

3

4 1 2

= 30t 2t2 + c

When t = 0, sA = 0

\c=0

sA = 30t 2t2

aB = 10 + 6t

vB = 10t + 3t2 + c

(d)

vA = 4 + 6t 4t2

a = 6 8t

For maximum vA, a = 0

6 8t = 0

6

t =

8

3

t = s

4

When t = 0, vB = 20

\ c = 20

vB = 10t + 3t2 + 20

sB = 5t2 + t3 + 20t + d

When t = 0, sB = 0

\d=0

sB = 5t2 + t3 + 20t

(e) vB = t2 4

When vB = 0,

t2 4 = 0

t = 2

sA = sB

t3 3t2 10t = 0

t(t2 3t 10) = 0

t(t 5)(t + 2) = 0

t = 5 s, t = 0 and t = 2 are ignored

sB = (t2 4) dt

1

= t3 4t + c

3

When sB = 10, t = 0

\ c = 10

1

sB = t3 4t + 10

3

When t = 2,

1

sB = (2)3 4(2) + 10

3

2

= 4 cm

3

When t = 2,

1

sA = 9 cm

3

The distance between A and B

2

1

= 9 4

3

3

2

= 4 cm

3

30 4t = 0

30

t =

4

15

t =

2

15

15

sA = 30 2

2

2

= 112.5 m

1 2 1 2

6. (a) v = 6 2t

v . 0

6 2t . 0

2t . 6

t , 3

5. vA = 30 4t

aB = 10 + 6t

which the particle is moving towards B.

= 30 4(0)

= 30 m s1

13

7. (a) a = k

(b) s = (6 2t) dt

= 6t t2 + c

= kt + c

When t = 0, s = 0

\c=0

s = 6t t2

10 = 6t t2

t2 6t + 10 = 0

b2 4ac = (6)2 4(1)(10)

= 36 40

= 4 , 0

When t = 1, v = 8

8 = k + c................................ 1

When t = 3, v = 18

18 = 3k + c............................ 2

2 1,

10 = 2k

k = 5

(b)

(c) When s = 0,

6t t2 = 0

t(6 t) = 0

t = 6 s

at A again.

When t = 0, v = 30

\ c = 30

v = 10t + 30

When t = 5,

v = 6 2(5)

= 4

10t + 30 = 0

t = 3

Maximum height = 5(3)2 + 30(3) + 35

= 45 + 90 + 35

= 80 m

(c) When s = 0,

5t2 + 30t + 35 = 0

t2 6t 7 = 0

(t 7)(t + 1) = 0

t = 7, t = 1 is ignored

1

1

= 3 6 + 2 4

2

2

= 13 m

t

v = 10(7) + 30

= 40 m s1

sp

t

3

s = 5t2 + 30t + c

When t = 0, s = 35

\ c = 35

s = 5t2 + 30t + 35

(e) s = 6t t2

s = (10t + 30) dt

8 = 5 + c

c = 3

\ v = 5t + 3

8. (a) a = 10

v = 10t + c

(d) When v = 0,

6 2t = 0

t = 3

v = k dt

14

ground is 40 m s1.

9. (a) h = kt2 + pt

v = 2kt + p

(b) v = 2(4)t + 10

v = 8t + 10

For maximum height, v = 0

8t + 10 = 0

10

t =

8

5

= s

4

When t = 0, v = 10

10 = p

\ v = 2kt + 10

a = 2k

Given a = 8

8 = 2k

k = 4

At the surface of the sea,

h = q when t = 4

Therefore, p = 10, k = 4

q = 4(4)2 + 10(4)

= 64 + 40

= 24

q = 24

15

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