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Formulas to find distance if you know time and speed are of the form:

in uniform motion:

S = v*t, where S is distance, v – velocity, t – time;

when uniformly accelerated motion:

S = v0*t + ½a*t2, where S is distance, v0 is initial velocity, a – acceleration, t – time.

in uniform motion:

S = v*t, where S is distance, v – velocity, t – time;

when uniformly accelerated motion:

S = v0*t + ½a*t2, where S is distance, v0 is initial velocity, a – acceleration, t – time.

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Formulas for calculating speed if you know distance and time:

in uniform motion:

v = S/t where S – distance, v – velocity, t – time;

when uniformly accelerated motion:

v = v0 + a*t where v0 is the initial velocity, a – acceleration, t – time.

in uniform motion:

v = S/t where S – distance, v – velocity, t – time;

when uniformly accelerated motion:

v = v0 + a*t where v0 is the initial velocity, a – acceleration, t – time.

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The formula to determine the time, if you know the speed and distance have the form:

in uniform motion:

t = S/v, where S is distance, v – velocity, t – time;

when uniformly accelerated motion:

t = (v – v0)/a , where v0 is the initial velocity, a – acceleration, t – time.

in uniform motion:

t = S/v, where S is distance, v – velocity, t – time;

when uniformly accelerated motion:

t = (v – v0)/a , where v0 is the initial velocity, a – acceleration, t – time.