The formula to calculate displacement is x = ½(v + v0)t. X represents the actual displacement, while V is the velocity. V0 defines the initial velocity, while T represents the time taken.
Utilizing this formula for displacement permits an analysis of the difference between the initial and final position of something. The subject of the displacement can be some type of tangible body or a theoretical geometric figure. Displacement is also defined as being the shortest distance from the initial point to a final point. The socalled "displacement vector" represents the length as well as direction of an imaginary path between these two points.
In order to calculate displacement you need to know how fast an object is traveling and how long that object travels. You multiply the speed times the amount of time in order to get
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tThere is no single formula, the displacem of an item depends on its shape and volume.
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1. Suppose you are given that the torque applied to an object of mass weighing 2kg is 4 Newtonmeters with mass centered 2m out from the center of rotation. Torque is (tangential
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