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A car initially at rest accelerates linearly at a constant rate for eight seconds. If the total displacement of the car was 600 m, what was the speed of the car after the eight seconds of acceleration?(A) 50 m/s(B) 100 m/s(C) 150 m/s(D) 200 m/s

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Hi. In the given problem, initial speed of the God is given as we i is equal to zero as the car was initially addressed. Time taken by it to accelerate is B Is equal to eight seconds in which the displacement Made by the car is S is equal to six 100 m. So first using 1st equation of motion, which says the finally speed we have is equal to initially speed V plus eight acceleration times the time taken by it. So using that For real, this is zero for acceleration. This is A Which is missing for time. This is eight seconds. So we can say that the three f is eight mm need a per second. So now using 3rd equation of motion which says the square of finally speed, we have his query close to The square of initially speed plus two times of acceleration into displacement. So plugging in the non values here. Also for VF this is 88 to the whole square for V I zero plus to a into 600 So this is 64. A square is equal to 1208. So canceling one a. The value of this acceleration comes out to be 1200 divided by 64 meter per second square, but we have to find the finally speed achieved by the car. So this were will be given by eight times of A. Or this is eight times of 1200, divided by 64 meter per second, which finally comes out to be 150 meter per second. Which is the answer for this given problem, which matches with the option C. Of this problem. Thank you.

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