# Equation of Motion for Constant Acceleration

 Initial Velocity: Acceleration: Time:

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Formula:`s = ut + 1/2(at^2)`

## Introduction to Equation of Motion for Constant Acceleration

In physics, the equation of motion for constant acceleration describes the relationship between the initial velocity of an object (u), its acceleration (a), and its displacement after a certain period of time (t). For simplicity, this formula only considers the initial velocity and linear acceleration component of the motion, calculated as `s = ut + 1/2(at^2)`.

## Parameter usage:

• `initialVelocity`= the initial velocity of the object
• `acceleration`= the constant acceleration experienced by the object
• `time`= the duration for which the acceleration is applied

## Example valid values:

• `initialVelocity`= 10 m/s
• `acceleration`= 2 m/s^2
• `time`= 5 s

## Output:

• `displacement`= resultant displacement of the object

## Data validation

Ensures numeric input and positive time values.

## Summary

This formula is crucial in understanding basic principles of physics and is applied in numerous scientific and engineering calculations.