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# A car starts from rest , moves with an acceleration $a$ and then decelerates at $b$ for some time to come to rest. If the total time taken is t, the maximum velocity is

$\begin{array}{1 1} \large\frac{abt}{a+b} \\ \large\frac{a^2t}{a+b} \\ \large\frac{at}{a+b} \\\large\frac{b^2t}{a+b} \end{array}$

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Answer : $\large\frac{abt}{a+b}$
$v=0+at_1;0=at_1-b(t-t_1)$
or $t_1 =\large\frac{bt}{a+b}$
$\therefore v_{max}=\large\frac{abt}{a+b}$
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