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time t =0, the speed of the partical is 2m s -1. Find the speed of the

partical at time t = 6 s.

partical passes a point with speed 1.2m s -1 .Four seconds later the

particale has speed 7.6 m s -1 . Find the acceleration of the particale.

3. A car is approaching traffic lights. The car is travelling with speed 10m s -1

. The driver applies the brakes to the car and the car comes to rest with

constant decelaration in 16 s . Modelling the car as a particale, find the

decelaration of the car the car comes to rest with constant deceleration 16

s . Modelling the car as a particle, find the deceleration of the car

acceleration. The partical passes A with speed 2.4m s -1, five seconds

after it passed A. Find the distance between A and B.

passes two signposts 360m apart. The car takes 15 s to travel from one

signposts to the other. When passing the second signposts, it has speed

28 m s -1. Find the speed of the car at the first signposts.

points X and Y are on line and XY = 120 m. At time t = 0, the particle

passes X and is moving towards Y with speed 18 m s -1. At time t = 10 s,

the particles is at Y.

acceleration 0.5 m s -2. Her speed at A is 3 m s -1 and it takes her 12

seconds to cycle from A to B. Find a her speed at B, b the distance from A

to B.

a point A to a point B, where AB = 24 m. The particle takes 6 s to move

from A to B and the speed of the particle at B is 5m s -1. Find a the speed

of the particle at A, b the acceleration of the particle.

decelaration 1.2 m s -2. The particle takes 6 s to move from A to B. The

speed of the particle at B is 2 m s -1 and the direction of motion of the

particle takes 6 s to move from A to B. The speed of the particle at B is 2

m s -1 and the direction of motion of the particle has not changed. Find a

the speed of the particle at A, b the distance from A to B.

deceleration 0.6 m s -2. The train passes one signal with speed 72 km h -1

and a second signal 25 s later. Find a the speed, in km h -1, of the train as

it passes the second signal, b the distance between the signals.

constent deceleration 4 m s -2. At A the particle comes to rest at B. Find a

the time taken for the particle to travel from A to B, b the distance

between A and B.

The points A and B lie on the line AB = 32 m. At time t = 0, the particle

passes through A with velocity 12 m s -1 in the direction AB. Find a the

values of t when the particle is at B, b the velocity of the particle for each

of these values of t.

13.A particale is moving along the x-asis with constant deceleration 5 m s -2.

At time t = 0, the particles passes through the origen 0 with velocity 12 m

s -1 in the positive direction at time t seconds the particle passes through

the point A with x- coordinate 8. Find a the values of t, b the velocity of the

particles as it passes through the point with x-coordinate -8.

time t = 0, P passes through origin 0 with velocity 14 m s -1 in the positive

direction. The point A lies on the axis and OA = 22.5 m. Find a the

difference between the times passes through A,B the total distance

travelled by P during the interval between these times.

acceleration. The car passes three consecutive points A,B and C where AB

= 100 m and BC = 300 m. The speed of the car B is 14 m s -1 and the

speed of the car at C is 20 m s -1. Find a the acceleration of the car, b the

time taken for the car to travel from A to C.

16.Two particles P and Q are moving along the same straight horizontal line

with constant accelerations 2 m s -2 and 3.6 m s -2 respectively. At time t

= 0, P passes through a point A with speed 4 m s -1 . One second later Q

passes through A with speed 3 m s -1, moving in the same direction as P.

17.A partical is moving in a straight line with constant acceleration 2.5 s -2. It

passes a point A with speed 3 m s -1and later passes through a point B,

where AB = 8m . Find the speed of the particle as it passes through B.

Travelling at 8 m s -1, it passes a pillar box at 6 s later it passes a sign. The

distance between the piller boxe and the sign is 60 m. Find the

acceleration of the car.

after travelling 36 m in a straight line. Assuming that the brakes cause the

cyclist to decelerate uniformly, find the deceleration.

20.A particle is moving along a straight from P to Q with constant acceleration

1.5 m s -2. The partical takes 4 s to pass from P to Q and PQ = 22 m. Find

the speed of the partical at Q.

m s -2. The particle moves 38 m in 4 s. Find a the initial speed of the

partical, b the final speed of particle.

she sees an obstruction. She applies the brakes and the break cause the

car to slow down to rest with a constant deceleration of 3 m s -2. Find a

the distance the car travelled as the car decelerates, b the time it takes

for the car to decelerate from 18 m s -1 to rest.

23.A stone is sliding from across the lake in a straight line. The initial speed of

the stone is 12 m s -1. The friction between the stone and the ice causing

the stone to slow down at a constant of 0.8 m s -2. Find a the distance

moved by the stone before coming to rest, b the speed of the stone when

it has travelled half of this distance.

24.A particle is moving along a straight line OA with constant acceleration 2.5

m s -2. At time t = 0n the particle passes through 0 with speed 8 m s -1

and is moving in the direction OA is 40 m. Find a the time taken for the

particle to move from O to A, b the speed of the particle at A. Give your

answears to one decimal place.

The points A and B on the line and AB = 32 m . At time t = 0 the particale

passes through A with velocity 12 m s -1 in the direction AB. Find a the

values of t when the particle is at B, b the velocity of the particle for each

of these values of t.

time t = 0, P passes through the origin 0 with velocity 14 m s -1 in the

positive direction. The point A lies on the axis and OA 22.5 m. Find a the

difference between times when P passes through A, b the total distance

travelled by P, passes through A, b the total distance travelled by P during

the interval between these times.

acceleration. The car passes over three consecutive points A, B and C

where AB = 100 m and BC = 300 m. The speed of the car at B is 14 m s -1

and the speed of the car at C is 20 m s -1. Find a the acceleration of the

car, b the time taken for the car to travel from A to C.

28.Two particales P and Q are moving along a horizontal line with constant

accelerations 2 m s -2 respectively. At time t = 0, P passes through a point

4 m s -1. One second later Q passes through A with speed 4 m s -1,

moving in the same direction as P.

terms of t where t seconds is the time when P passes through A.

b. Find the value of t when the particles meet.

c. Find the distance of A from the point where the particles meet.

2.5 m s -1. It passes a point A with speed 3 m s -2 and later passes

through a point B, where AB = 8 m. Find he speed of the particle as

it passes through B.

30.A car is accelerating at a along a constant

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