# Formula: Uniformly Accelerated Motion Position    Initial position    Velocity

## Position

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

## Initial position

Unit
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

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

## Time

Unit
This is the time during which the object accelerates.

## Acceleration

Unit
Uniform acceleration of the object. That means: Every second the current velocity of the body increases by the value $$a$$.

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