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Illustration Different Velocities at Different Positions During Accelerated Motion

Different velocities at different positions during accelerated motion
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A body is accelerated uniformly. The body starts at position \(x_0\) with velocity \(v_0\) and is currently at position \(x\). Due to the acceleration, the velocity \(v_0\) is different at this position.