Time Dependent Acceleration If a time dependent acceleration can be expressed as a polynomial in time, then the velocity and position can be obtained, provided the appropriate initial conditions are known. Allowing the acceleration to have terms up to the second power of time leads to the following motion equations for one dimensional motion.

Index Motion concepts Velocity and acceleration  

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Motion Calculation, Variable AccelerationFor a variable acceleration which can be expressed as a polynomial in time, the position and velocity can be calculated provided their initial values are known. . 
Index Motion concepts Velocity and acceleration  

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