Question

Solution

Correct option is

s2 = 3s1

Since the initial velocity is zero, the distance travelled in the first time interval t is

The velocity of the body at the end of this time interval is v = 0 + at = at. This is the initial velocity for the next time interval t during which the body travels a distance.

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