Acceleration Formula

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Acceleration is a measure of how quickly the velocity of an object changes. So, the acceleration is the change in the velocity, divided by the time. Acceleration has a magnitude (a value) and a direction. The direction of the acceleration does not have to be the same as the direction of the velocity. The units for acceleration are meters per second squared (m/s 2 ).

Linear acceleration is nothing but the acceleration caused by a moving body with uniform acceleration in a straight line. Three important equations are present which represent the linear motion of a body. These equations relate initial velocity, final velocity, acceleration, displacement and time taken. The three equations for the linear acceleration are given below.

The angular acceleration of a rotating object is the rate at which the angular velocity changes with respect to time. It is the change in the angular velocity, divided by the change in time. The average angular acceleration is the change in the angular velocity, divided by the change in time. The angular acceleration is a vector that points in a direction along the rotation axis. The magnitude of the angular acceleration is given by the formula below. The unit of angular acceleration is radians/s 2 .


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