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The figure shows the acceleration-versus-time graph of a particle moving along the *x*-axis. Its initial velocity is v0x = 5.00 m/s at t0 =0s. What is the particle's velocity at t = 2.00 s ?

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The area under acceleration time graph gives velocity. Let v0 be the initial velocity, v be the final velocity, a is th...

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