1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I know that acceleration = change in velocity/change in time. Wouldn’t acceleration therefore also = distance/time2? I thought this was true until i learned the formula for motion s=ut*1/2at2 where s = distance and u = initial velocity Here, if you re-arrange the formula (and assuming that initial velocity =0), a= 2s/t2 So which of these formulas are right? And if i were to create a graph where the slope can help find the acceleration, should i graph 2*distance vs t2 or just distance vs t2?