# When a body starts from rest and moves with a uniform acceleration?

Table of Contents

- 1 When a body starts from rest and moves with a uniform acceleration?
- 2 How much velocity will a body gain in 5 seconds if it moving with a uniform acceleration of 1 Metre per second square?
- 3 When a particle moves with a uniform velocity?
- 4 What is the velocity of a body moving with uniform acceleration?
- 5 What is the acceleration of a body for 5 seconds?
- 6 What is the initial velocity of a body at rest?

## When a body starts from rest and moves with a uniform acceleration?

A body starts from rest and moves a uniform acceleration of 10ms−2 in the first 10s. During the next 10s it moves with the maximum velocity attained. The total displacement of the body is.

### How much velocity will a body gain in 5 seconds if it moving with a uniform acceleration of 1 Metre per second square?

Velocity gained by a body moving with acceleration of 1m/s in 5 seconds is 5m/s.

**What is the acceleration if the body starts from rest and travels a distance of S Metre in 2 seconds?**

⇒ a=2s3 m/s2.

**When a body starts from rest and moves with uniform acceleration the velocity time graph is?**

Body A start from rest and moves with uniform acceleration. Its vel-time graph is a straight line starting from origin with a positive slope. Body B has some initial velocity and larger acceleration. Therefore, its vel-time graph is a straight line not passing through origin and having greater slope than that of A.

## When a particle moves with a uniform velocity?

A particle moving with uniform velocity has zero acceleration.

### What is the velocity of a body moving with uniform acceleration?

The velocity of a body moving with a uniform acceleration of 2m/s2 is 10m/s .

**What is the acceleration of an object moving with uniform velocity?**

An object moving at uniform or constant velocity has zero acceleration.

**What is the acceleration of the body starts from rest and travels a distance of 10 Metre in 2 seconds?**

S=ut+1/2at^2. 10= (0)×2+ 1/2a×(2^2). 10= 1/2× a × 4.

## What is the acceleration of a body for 5 seconds?

A body starts from rest and with a uniform acceleration of 10 ms^-2 for 5 seconds. During the next 10 seconds it moves with uniform velocity. The total distance travelled by the body is : –

### What is the initial velocity of a body at rest?

Since the body starts from rest its initial velocity = 0 m/sIt is acted upon by a constant acceleration from the start.

**What is the velocity and displacement at the end of 5 seconds?**

Answer: “A body starts from rest and moves with uniform acceleration of 2m/s-2. What will be its velocity and displacement at the end of 5 seconds?” From the Calculus, the integration of the above equation with zero initial condiitions yields: Displacement = 1/2 (a) t^2 = (1/2) X (2 m/s^2 ) (5 seconds)^2 = 25 m.

**What is the displacement of the body in last two seconds?**

If its velocity after n second is v, then its displacement in last two seconds is: A body starts from rest with uniform acceleration. If its velocity after n second is v, then its displacement in last two seconds is: The Fish Tale Across the Wall Tenths and HundredthsParts and Whole Can you see the Pattern?