# Answer to Question #41083 in Mechanics | Relativity for likhit

Question #41083

If a body have initial velomcity of 10 m/s and it attains a velocity of 20 m/s in 5 seconds then its acceleration is how much m/s square?

Expert's answer

We use the formula v=v0+at, where v0 is the initial velocity, a is acceleration, v is the final velocity, t is time. So, a=(v-v0)/t=(20-10)/5=10/5=2 [m/s^2]

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