Does anyone know the formula for constant acceleration?

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Thanks in advance!
asked Jan 6, 2012 in Physics by Joey33 ~Expert~ (1,216 points)
    

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Depending which variables you are given there are multiple equations for the constant acceleration problems:

vxf = vxi + axt

xf = xi +(1/2)(vxi + vxf )t

xf = xi + vxit +(1/2)axt2

v^2xf = v^2xi + 2ax(xf - xi)

For more information I recommend checking your textbook. Good luck!
answered Jan 6, 2012 by pokemonmaster ~Expert~ (3,856 points)
selected Jan 19, 2012 by Joey33

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