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How do I find the distance traveled if I know the acceleration and time? 
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Jul1911, 04:25 PM

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so if A is the acceleration
and T is time and D is distance then D = A * T^2 right???? 


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Jul1911, 04:30 PM

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Jul1911, 04:33 PM

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Jul1911, 04:37 PM

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How do I find the distance traveled if I know the acceleration and time?



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Jul1911, 04:43 PM

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Sry bud you just sent me a link to a page that contains an HTML frame. go ahead and try that link out for yourself and see. It'll just show the home page.



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Jul1911, 04:46 PM

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In the mean time, just click on Mechanics, and then on Velocity & Acceleration. Does that work okay? 


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Jul1911, 08:12 PM

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So 9 seconds and 32 f/s (1g) would cover about one quarter mile, 1320 feet. 32*81=2592, divide by 2=1296 feet. A true quarter mile would be about 9.08 seconds. 73 Berkeman, AI3N here. 2 meters, 70 cm, 20/30/40/80 voice mainly. Antenna blew down, need one of those air powered potato guns to get the dipole back in the trees! 


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