The velocity of the body is the distance travelled by it in unit time in a certain direction. It is the rate of change of the distance of an object in a particular direction.If a body travels a distance of S-meter in t seconds in a given direction, then,
Velocity = Distance travelled in a given direction/ time taken=S/T (meters per second)
Average velocity can be defined as the distance travelled divided by the time elapsed.
average velocity= displacement/time taken
here, v= velocity
s= displacement
t= time taken
Example: If a car travels 10 meters in 2 seconds and travels 32 meters in another 5 seconds then calculate its' average velocity.
Solution here,
distance (d_{1}) = 10 m
distance (d_{2}) = 32 m
time (t_{1}) = 2 s
time (t_{2}) = 5 s
= 42/7 = 6 m/s.
Therefore, the average velocity is m/s.
If initial velocity of an object is u and final velocity of an object is v then,
Example: If a tempo travels with a speed of 5 m/s. How far will it reach in one more hour?
Here,
Speed (v) = 5 m/s
Time (t) = 1 hour
= 60 x 60 sec
= 3600 sec
Distance(s) =?
We have,
Or, s = v x t
= 5 m/s x 3600 s
= 18000 m
= 18 km
Thus, the tempo travels 18 km in one hour.
The unit of velocity is the same as that of speed, namely, meter per second. Velocity has magnitude as well as direction, therefore, velocity is a vector quantity.The velocity of a car shows its definite direction.
For example, People in running vehicle is at rest with respect to the vehicle but at motion with respect to the road.
Uniform velocity: If a moving body cover the equal distance in equal interval of time , then the body is said to have uniform velocity.
Variable velocity:If a moving body covers the different distance in unit time then the body is said to have variable velocity.
Relative velocity: The laws of physics which apply when you are at rest on the earth also apply when you are in any reference frame which is moving at a constant velocity with respect to the earth.
If a moving body covers equal distances in equal intervals of time, then the body is said to have uniform velocity.
The S.I unit of velocity is meter per second.
When a body is moving in a curved path with uniform speed, it’s speed remains same but the velocity is changing at each point of the curved path. This is because the direction of motions of the body is changing continuously.
Light travels 300000km/s is a velocity because light travels in a straight line in a fixed path.
Solution:
Initial velocity of a car = 72 k/hr
= (72 x 1000/60 x 60)
= 72000/300
= 20 m/s
Final velocity of truck = 0
Time taken = 5 sec
Distance =?
We know,
a = v – u / t
= 0 – 20/ 5
= -20/5
= -4 m/s²
Now, distance (s) = u x t + ½ at²
= 20 x 5 + ½ (-4) x 5²
= 100 - ½ x 4 x 25
= 100 - ½ x 50
= 100 – 50
= 50 m
Solution,
Initial velocity (u) = 20 m/s
Final velocity (v) = 0
Time taken (t) = 2 sec
Height (h) =?
Acceleration due to gravity = 10m/s²
We know,
v² = u² - 2gh
or, 0² = 20 – 2 x 10 x h
or, 0 = 400 – 20h
or, 20h = 400 – 0
or, h = 400/20
h = 20 m
Thus, the height after 2sec. is 2m.
Jeep A relative to jeep B will be 50km/hr opposite to jeep B.
Jeep B relative to jeep A will be 50km/hr opposite to Jeep A.
If a body travels a distances of S meter in T seconds in a given direction, then, velocity is equals to ______.
S/T
S-T
T/S
S + T
If an object covers equal distance in equal time interals it is said to move with a ______.
uniform speed
speed
non- uniform velocity
acceleration
If a moving body covers the different distance in ______ then the body is said it has variable velocity.
Which one of the following is the part of the car that can change velocity without changing speed?
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