Formula: Unaccelerated Motion Traveled distance    Velocity    Time

Formula: Unaccelerated Motion
The Distance Traveled by a Body During an Unaccelerated Motion

Traveled distance

The traveled distance \(\Delta x = x_2 - x_1 \) from the position \(x(t_1) = x_1\) to the position \(x(t_2) = x_2\) is covered by the body within the time span \(\Delta t = t_2 - t_1 \).


Constant (unchangeable) speed of the body.


Time span \( \Delta t = t_2 - t_1\) is the time elapsed between the time \(t_2\) and \(t_1\).

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