Formula: Uniformly Accelerated Motion Velocity    Initial velocity    Current position    Initial position   

Formula: Uniformly Accelerated Motion
Different velocities at different positions during accelerated motion


Velocity of a body accelerating / decelerating with a constant acceleration \(a\).

Initial velocity

Velocity that the body had at the initial time before it started to accelerate.

Current position

Current position (e.g. end position) of the body on the \(x\) axis.

Initial position

Initial position of the body on the \(x\) axis before it started to accelerate. The difference between the current position and the initial position is the distance traveled: \( s = x - x_0 \).


Constant (fixed) acceleration of the body.

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