**Equation of Motion (For Uniformly Accelerated Motion)**

**First Equation:**

**v = u + at**

**Graphical Derivation**

**Second Equation: s = ut + ½ at**

^{2}^{2 }(â?µa = (v-u)/t)

**Third Equation: v**

^{2}= u^{2}+ 2as^{2}= u

^{2}+ 2as

**Example 1:**A car starting from rest moves with uniform acceleration of 0.1 ms

^{-2}for 4 mins. Find the speed and distance travelled.

**Solution**

^{-1}(â?µ car is at rest)

^{-2}

^{-1}

**Example 2:**The brakes applied to a car produces deceleration of 6 ms -2 in opposite direction to the motion. If car requires 2 sec. to stop after application of brakes, calculate distance travelled by the car during this time.

**Solution**

^{-2}

^{-1}(â?µ car comes to rest)

^{-1}

^{2}

^{2})

**Uniform Circular Motion**