an object move from point A with speed 5m/s.the speed of the object is increasing at the rate of 4s
write the sequence of speed at the end of each second
write the total distance travelled by the object at the end of each secnd as sequence.
the answer is given in the given picture.why cant i do it with the formula speed=distane/time.experts please help me

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an object move from point A with speed 5m/s.the speed of the object is increasing at the rate of 4s write the sequence of speed at the end of each second write the total distance travelled by the object at the end of each secnd as sequence. the answer is given in the given picture.why cant i do it with the formula speed=distane/time.experts please help me e r 20. Sequence of speed 9, 13, 17, . Finding u = 5, a = 4 using the sequence of distance equation s = ut + —at2 Finding sequence of distance as 7, 18, 33, . Understanding algebraic expression of speed as the algebraic expression of the sequence 9, 13, 17, . writing the algebraic form as sn = 5n + 2112 , the expession of distance.

Dear student. In this we can't use speed=distance/time as this formula is used when speed is constant i.e. non accelerating motin. But in this motion is accelerating since speed is increasing with time. So we use laws of motion to solve it. I.e s=ut+1/2at²

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