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There are various equations that involve acceleration; the simplest one is the definition of acceleration: acceleration = (change of velocity) / time.

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You have a contradiction in your question. Instantaneous acceleration is the acceleration at a certain moment in time. Average acceleration is the average over a time interval.


Acceleration is the derivative of the velocity expression. If you have an equation for velocity, simply take the derivative of it and you will have an equation for the average acceleration.


Average speed = Distance travelled/time to travel the distance . Average acceleration = Change of speed/time for the change .


AnswerAcceleration = v2 - v1.........................timeAverage Acceleration requires you to average the the initial velocity of your trials and the ending velocity of your trials. You must also find the average for your time trials. Once you achieve these numbers, just plug them into the above formula and you can solve for average acceleration.


Average speed can be used to measure the distance traveled by an object when the acceleration is constant. x = v * t. When acceleration is a constant, the average speed can be plugged into the equation with time to yield distance.


Write down the equation. force = mass × acceleration.Rearrange the equation. acceleration = force⁄massPut in the values. acceleration = 3,000N⁄ 2,000kgWork out the answer and write it down. acceleration = 1.5m/s2


Average acceleration = (change in speed over some period of time) divided by (time for the change)


Not necessarily. The equation of a projectile, moving under constant acceleration (due to gravity) is a parabola - a non-linear equation.


acceleration = (change in speed) / (time)ora = s/t



A equals Vf minus Vi divided by time equals triangle v divided by time


One equation is Force/acceleration=mass


The average acceleration of an object is equal to the instantaneous acceleration of that object if the acceleration is constant (i.e. linear when graphed). However, when there is not constant acceleration, there is no guarantee that the average acceleration is equal to the instantaneous acceleration (i.e. non-linear when graphed).


Force = Mass * Acceleration


Velocity final - velocity initial / acceleration X time



Equation: Force=Mass X Acceleration If you are looking for the force, use the equation as is. To find the following, it's assumed that you are given the other two values: Mass= Force / Acceleration Acceleration= Force / Mass Remember your labels in your calculations.


average acceleration is the average of the acceleration of a body in its entire motion where as instantaneous acceleration is the rate of change of velocity at an instant. it may be a function of time or velocity or displacement.


Average acceleration is the average of the accelerations acquired in the whole journey by a body while instantaneous acceleration is the acceleration of the body at any particular instant of time.


Equation: Force=Mass X Acceleration If you are looking for the force, use the equation as is. To find the following, it's assumed that you are given the other two values: Mass= Force / Acceleration Acceleration= Force / Mass Remember your labels in your calculations.


Average acceleration = final velocity - initial velocity/ final time - initial timeOr for short:Aave=Vf-Vi/Tf-TiHope that helps :)


Force = mass x accelerationMass = Force / accelerationAcceleration = Force / mass




a= v2/r a=acceleration v=velocity r=radius



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