Use the formula Acceleration = (final velosity - initial velocity)/ time.
Acceleration is the rate of change in velocity.
formula for speed is distance traveled over time taken to cover distance acceleration is given by change in velocity per unit time
Time equals velocity divided by acceleration. t=v/a
Final velocity = (Initial velocity) + (time)(acceleration)
Acceleration = final velocity - initial velocity divided by time
Deceleration is the rate of decrease of velocity with respect to time. It is the negative of acceleration. The formula for deceleration is the same as that of acceleration, only that the acceleration is represented as negative. The formula is: - (deceleration) = (final velocity) - (initial velocity) time Therefore, (deceleration) = (initial velocity) - (final velocity) time
acceleration = change in velocity / time
if acceleration a, initial velocity vi and final velocity vf is given , then time could be found by applying formula t=vf-vi/aand if distance s and velocity v is given then t=s/v
You should use the formula you learned for just exactly this situation.V = V0 + a tFinal speed = (initial speed) + (acceleration) x (time)
Acceleration is the the fluctuation in velocity per unit time.to calculate the acceleration we need the formula : Acceleration = Velocity fluctuations / time taken or Acceleration = Final velocity - Initial velocity / time taken or a = v-u/t
Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity per time, so to get velocity, multiply (acceleration)*(time). This will give the change in velocity over the specific amount of time. You must add the initial velocity to get the final velocity, so we have the formula: Vf = Vo + a*t, where Vo is the initial velocity. This means that you can rearrange to get Vo = Vf - a*t