hey all, i'm pretty ignorant when it comes to physics.. so i have a question for you physic braniacs. If 1 N is 1 kg m / s^2, meaning the force required to accelerate a 1 kg object at 1 m/s^2, then how much does 1 N accelerate a 1 kg object over 1 millisecond? I googled for 1 m/s^2 in m/ms^2 and the result is as expected 10^-6 = 1 / (1000*1000). I plugged this into a formula, and i come up short. at t=10 the velocity of a 1 kg object should be 10 m/s, and the distance traveled is 55 m. But if i calculate velocity and position at each millisecond, the resulting velocity at t=10 s is 0.01 m/ms^2 = 10 m/s (which is correct) but my distance traveled is only 50.01 m.. why is that? please slap around my physics deprived head a bit.  I should add that the reason i want to calculate velocity and distance traveled each millisecond is that i'm making a C++ program to describe some functions, but doing it each second does not give me high enough 'resolution'.