Quote by Eagle9
So, the final, total acceleration from A to B point is equal to 1774.7529998239191594461301199631 meters/sec^2 right?

Uh, no, not quite. There's really no such thing as "final, total acceleration". There is either the
instantaneous acceleration, at a single point or instant of time  or there is the average acceleration between two points. I'm guessing you mean the latter, so you would use the definition of average acceleration:
a_{avg} = (V  Vo) / t
You have to pay attention that the
V's are
vectors; don't simply subtract the two numbers, you have to account for the directions of
V and
Vo since they are vectors.