Formula: Uniformly Accelerated Motion Position    Initial position    Velocity   

Formula: Uniformly Accelerated Motion
Change of Position During Accelerated Motion WITH Initial Position and Velocity


Current position \(x(t)\) of an accelerated object at time \(t\) on the \(x\) axis.

Initial position

Position of the object at the time \(t = 0\). It is usual to set the initial position \(x_0 = 0\). Then the position \(x(t)\) corresponds to the distance covered by the body after the time \(t\).

Initial velocity

Velocity with which the object starts the acceleration process. If the object starts from rest, then the initial velocity is \( v_0 = 0\).


This is the time during which the object accelerates.


Uniform acceleration of the object. That means: Every second the current velocity of the body increases by the value \(a\).

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