**Equations of Motion – The Physics Hypertextbook**
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Constant AccelerationVelocity-TimePosition-TimeVelocity-PositionCalculus Derivations The first two equations of motion each describe one kinematic variable as a function of time. In essence… 1. Velocity is directly proportional to time when acceleration is constant (v ∝ t). 2. Displacement is proportional to time squared when acceleration is constant (∆s ∝ t2). Combining these two statements gives rise to a third — one that is inde...

The first two equations of** motion** each describe one kinematic variable as a function of time. In essence… 1.** Velocity** is directly proportional to time when acceleration is constant (v ∝ t). 2. Displacement is proportional to time squared when acceleration is constant (∆s ∝ t2). Combining these two statements gives rise to a third — one that is inde...

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