Published on: Fri Feb 05 2010

We learned 4 equations to describe motion in one dimension with constant acceleration. These Equations are:- Position at time is equal to initial position plus initial velocity times time, plus one half acceleration times time squared.
- Ending velocity equals initial velocity plus acceleration times time.
- Average velocity equals initial velocity plus ending velocity divided by two.
- Ending velocity when time is unknown is velocity squared equals initial velocity squared plus two times acceleration times ending position minus initial position.