# Motion with Variable Acceleration

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# Motion with Variable Acceleration

Students learn how to analyse variable acceleration in motion. They start by finding acceleration expressions for particles moving in a straight line.

Later, as learning progresses, they tackle more complex scenarios. Teachers guide through three examples: first, determining acceleration and displacement from velocity; second, calculating acceleration at a given time and overall displacement; and third, finding the velocity of a particle at specific times given a displacement function.

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