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Displacement x, velocity v, acceleration a and time t are all related. Using the v-t graph kinematic equations of motion can be derived. Here only bodies moving with constant acceleration are dealt with.

There are three important kinematic equations for uniformly accelerated motion. The first equation is the relation between initial velocity v_{0}, final velocity v, uniform acceleration a and time t:

v = v_{0} + at

The second equation represents the relation between displacement x, initial velocity v_{0 }acceleration a and time t:

x = v_{0}t + Â½ at^{2}

The third equation is the relation between initial velocity v_{0}, final velocity v, acceleration a and displacement x.

v^{2} = v_{0}^{2} + 2ax

There are three important kinematic equations for uniformly accelerated motion. The first equation is the relation between initial velocity v

v = v

The second equation represents the relation between displacement x, initial velocity v

x = v

The third equation is the relation between initial velocity v

v

Displacement x, velocity v, acceleration a and time t are all related. Using the v-t graph kinematic equations of motion can be derived. Here only bodies moving with constant acceleration are dealt with.

There are three important kinematic equations for uniformly accelerated motion. The first equation is the relation between initial velocity v_{0}, final velocity v, uniform acceleration a and time t:

v = v_{0} + at

The second equation represents the relation between displacement x, initial velocity v_{0 }acceleration a and time t:

x = v_{0}t + Â½ at^{2}

The third equation is the relation between initial velocity v_{0}, final velocity v, acceleration a and displacement x.

v^{2} = v_{0}^{2} + 2ax

There are three important kinematic equations for uniformly accelerated motion. The first equation is the relation between initial velocity v

v = v

The second equation represents the relation between displacement x, initial velocity v

x = v

The third equation is the relation between initial velocity v

v