# NEET Physics Mathematical Tools Questions Solved

A particle moving along a straight line according to the law $\mathrm{x}=\mathrm{At}+{\mathrm{Bt}}^{2}+{\mathrm{Ct}}^{3}$, where x is its position measured from a fixed point on the line and t is the time elapsed till it reaches position x after starting from the fixed point. Here A, B and C are positive constants.

(A)  Its velocity at t=0 is A

(B)  Its acceleration at t=0 is B

(C)  Its velocity at t=0 is B

(D)  Its acceleration at t=0 is C

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