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Ellio

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- Homework Statement
- just general questions

- Relevant Equations
- x(t) = x0 + v × (t-t0)

x(t) = x0 + v × (t-t0) + 1/2 × a × (t-t0)

Hello, I hope you are all having a great day !

I've got a physics test in a couple of days and I have some questions:1.

In a calculation, if the acceleration is in m/s², I presume the speed also has to be in m/s and not in km/h ?

2.

So with this graph (v with t), I have to find the total distance the object made.

The movement is at start an uniform acceleration then a linear motion and it finishes with an uniform acceleration again.

I have to find the total distance by doing v × t = x

But i thought this was just with linear motion (v = x/t)I hope the question were clear, I apologise if they weren't. Thank you in advance !

I've got a physics test in a couple of days and I have some questions:1.

In a calculation, if the acceleration is in m/s², I presume the speed also has to be in m/s and not in km/h ?

2.

So with this graph (v with t), I have to find the total distance the object made.

The movement is at start an uniform acceleration then a linear motion and it finishes with an uniform acceleration again.

I have to find the total distance by doing v × t = x

But i thought this was just with linear motion (v = x/t)I hope the question were clear, I apologise if they weren't. Thank you in advance !