1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Is velocity equivalent to the square root of accelleration? 2. Relevant equations V = d/t 3. The attempt at a solution A = accelleration, expressed in meters per second squared V = distance (m) divided by time (s) So V = sqrt A ? In the context of the question: How long does it take an object with a mass of 100g (.1kg) mass to travel 10 cm (.1m), with a force (assumed to be constant) of 0.0000000132944 N.