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Demonstrate that the function defined by eq. (1) is a solution to eq (2). [Hint: Differentiate eq. (1) with respect to time to find v(t). Then find...

Demonstrate that the function defined by eq. (1) is a solution to eq (2). [Hint: Differentiate eq. (1) with respect to time to find v(t). Then find dv/dt and substitute it into eq (2).]"

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y(t)=y₀ +v₀ - ½ g*t^2
dy/dt=v(t)=dy₀/dt + dv₀/dt- ½ g * d(t^2)/dt
= 0 + 0 - ½ g * 2*t
= -gt
a= dv/dt= -g*dt/dt
= -g ..................(3)
now, F=m*a
now substituting the value of a from...

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