Distance \( \Delta x = x_2 - x_1 \) covered by a uniformly accelerated object within the time \( \Delta t \). The object has had an initial velocity \( v_0 = 0 \) at the start of the acceleration.
After this period of time \( \Delta t = t_2 - t_1 \) the body has covered the distance \( \Delta x \).
Constant acceleration with which the object is accelerated uniformly.
- Positive acceleration means that the object is increasing in speed.
- Negative acceleration means that the object decreases in speed (brakes).