Mechanics

Equations of motion with constant acceleration

Calculation of Velocity

A body that has a constant acceleration acquires a velocity a . t after moving for a time t. Therefore, as the body already had a velocity, at time t it will be:

V = v0 + a . t

Calculation of the distance traveled

The distance will be the result of multiplying the velocity by the time, plus the acceleration multiplied by the time squared divided by two:

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