Question

# In which of the following cases can the equations of motion not be applied?

- Free fall
- A car moving at a constant speed of 3 m/s
- A randomly moving car
- A car moving at a constant acceleration of 3 m/s
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^{2}Hint:

### The equation of motion is only applicable when the body moves with uniform acceleration.

## The correct answer is: A randomly moving car

### The equation of motion is not applicable for A randomly moving car.

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