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Q: What is the vertical velocity formula?

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vf=vi+at or vf2=vi2+2ad where a=-9.8m/s2

'Vertical velocity' means speed up or down.

No, horizontal velocity and vertical velocity are independent and have no effect on each other.

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velocity in an up or down movement is vertical velocity

formula: h=-16t^2+vt+s H= final height T= time V= velocity S= starting height

The formula is Velocity = Distance/ Time

Vertical means up and down; so the vertical velocity is an indication of how quickly an object is rising or falling. If the object is moving at an angle (such as an airplane taking off or landing) then it would be more accurate to call it the vertical component of the object's velocity.

Note - the vertical velocity is zero ... there may be considerable horizontal velocity. And vertical velocity is zero because the object is going neither up nor down.

Vertical Velocity

Just before it reaches the highest point, the vertical component of velocity is upward.Just after it passes the highest point, the vertical component of velocity is downward.There's no way you can change from an upward velocity to a downward velocity smoothlywithout velocity being zero at some instant. A.True.

Gravity, initial velocity, the sine of the angle of launch, and air resistance all play a role in the vertical component of a projectile's velocity.

v2=sqrt(2*g*h) v...starting velocity g...gravity h...height achieved

The formula for velocity is (v = d/t) or (velocity = distance/time).

Velocity is distance / time

No. They're independent.

The vertical velocity is zero at the highest point. It has ceased moving upward and will begin moving downward. Gravity and air resistance will have negated the original vertical velocity (y-component). So the velocity at the highest point has only a horizontal or x-component.

The formula for a change in velocity is dV/dt, and this is called acceleration.

You divide the change in vertical velocity by the time it takes for that change to occur.

The formula for speed is distance over time and the formula for velocity is Displacement over time.

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velocity = distance / time

velocity is distance/time