### Acceleration Calculator :

Acceleration (a) is the change in velocity (Δv) over the change in time (Δt), represented by the equation **a = Δv/Δt**. This allows you to measure how fast velocity changes in meters per second squared (m/s^2) and you get the calculator.

### Acceleration Calculator formula :

Acceleration_{(m/s}^{2}_{)}in meter per second square is equal to the product of the Final velocity v_{(m/s)} in meter per second is subtracted by Initial velocity u_{(m/s) } in meter per second is divided by the Time t_{(s) } in second. Hence the acceleration calculator formula has been written as,

Acceleration = change in velocity / Time taken

Acceleration_{(m/s}^{2}_{)} = (v_{(m/s)} – u_{(m/s)} ) / t_{(s)}

Where ,

U → Initial velocity m/s

V→ Final velocity m/s

T → Time sec

A → Acceleration m/s^{2}

Average Acceleration = ∆v /∆t= (vf-vi) / (tf-ti)

### Examples 1:

Calculate the acceleration in m/s^{2} of the plane started from rest and took 55 seconds to take off? In a plane has a take off speed of 350 km/h.

### Solution :

Final velocity (v) = 350 km/h

Time taken (t) = 55 s

As plane started from rest initial velocity u=0

Acceleration = (v-u)/t

= 350 * 1000m / 3600 sec

= 97.2 m/sec

Acceleration = ( 97.2 ) / 55

= 1.7676 m/sec^{2}.

### Example 2:

Calculate the acceleration is needed to accelerate a car from 38 km/h to 73 km/h in 26 seconds?

### Solution :

Initial velocity = 38 km/h

= 38 * 1000 m /3600 s

= 10.5 m/s

Final velocity = 73 km/h

= 73 * 1000m / 3600 s

= 20.2 m/s

Time = 26 sec

Acceleration = (10.5 – 20.2) / 26

= 9.7 /26

= 0.3 m/sec^{2}.