The formula is [ Speed = a number ], or [ Slater = Searlier ], or [ |Acceleration| = 0 ].
If you have a constant speed, you are not accelerating.
Acceleration = 0 Speed = constant Distance = (speed) x (time)
The formula for finding acceleration Acceleration= final velocity - initial velocity divided by the time it took to accelerate to this speed. So, using this formula the answer is 5 kmh
a = (v-u)/t (speed minus start speed all divided by time)
Acceleration = (speed at the end of some time interval minus speed at the beginning of the interval)/(length of the time interval)
The basic formula for acceleration is the one that defines acceleration, as the rate of change of speed: a = dv/dt. For the case of constant acceleration, this is simply (change of velocity) / time. The unit is any unit of speed by a unit of time; in the SI that would be (meters / second) / second, usually written as meters / second squared.
Acceleration is the time rate of change of speed. Acceleration = speed/time.
If the car begins with zero speed, thenDistance = 1/2 (acceleration) x (time)2
Force/mass=acceleration Acceleration = (change in speed)/(time for the change) Acceleration = (2 x distance traveled)/(square root of time to travel the distance)
Rate of speed is acceleration with respect to time, therefore the formula is (dv/dt), meaning (change in velocity/change in time). Remember, speed is just the magnitude of the velocity vector.
Acceleration is the rate that speed changes.