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Identifying Linear Functions
This video looks at identifying linear functions by graphs, sets of points, and equations. It includes a number of examples.
Identifying Linear Functions
Learn to identify linear functions.



Recognizing Linear Functions
Linear Functions
Three different ways to determine if a function is linear or non-linear


 

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Kinematics - SUVAT equations




 
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What is suvat?
suvat stands for:
s - displacement
u - initial velocity
v - final velocity
a - acceleration
t - time

What are the suvat equations?
The suvat equations are:
\[\begin{array}{l}v = u + at\\{v^2} = {u^2} + 2as\\s = ut + \frac{1}{2}a{t^2}\\s = vt - \frac{1}{2}a{t^2}\\s = \frac{{\left( {u + v} \right)}}{2}t\end{array}\]

How to derive the suvat equations?

Equations for Constant Acceleration (suvat)
How to use the suvat equations?

Using SUVAT equations : M1 Edexcel June 2013 Q4



Mechanics 1 - M1 - Kinematics of a Particle (1) Intro-Constant Acceleration Equations SUVAT
Kinematics - SUVAT
How to derive the 4 main SUVAT equations graphically


 

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