Time

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Classical Mechanics

Time

Time ( \(t\) ) is a measurement to define a continuous series of events.

Time FORMULA

\( time \;= \;   \frac     {  final \;velocity \;+\; initial \; velocity }  { acceleration }  \)

\(t =  \frac { v_f \;+\; v_i  }  { a }  \) 

\(t =  \frac { d  }  { s }  \)

\(t = \frac { d } { v }  \)

\(t = \frac { 2 \pi r   } { v_c  }   \)

Where:

\(a\) = acceleration

\( d \) = distance

\(\pi\) = Pi

\(r\) = radius

\( s \) = speed

\(t\) = time

\(v\) = velocity

\(v_c\) = circular velocity

\(v_f\) = final velocity

\(v_i\) = initial velocity