Is there a formula that will calculate time when I know the following...?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Initial velocity = 0 Final velocity = 28.14 feet per second and distance traveled = 3 feet.

I would like to know the formula and the time it would take to reach a velocity of

28.14 feet per second if I only have 3 feet to reach that velocity. I would like to

alter the velocity and re-calculate the time.

Thanks for any help...I have no physics or calculus background.

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