My physics is so rusty and I'm at work so I can't dig out my books but I have a quick question.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

What is the formula to solve for time if one knows acceleration and distance?

Example: if one accelerates 10m/s/s for 1000km, how long does it take to cover the distance?

Anyone remember acceleration equations or have them handy?

Thanks

PS this isn't homework I'm trying to explain something to a co-worker and I'm just really rusty.

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# Quick acceleration question

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