The Distance - Constant Velocity calculator uses the equation, dx= x0+v0⋅t, to compute the total linear displacement (distance travelled).
INSTRUCTIONS: Choose the preferred units and enter the following;
Distance: The calculator returns the distance in meters. However, this can be automatically converted to other length or distance units via the pull-down menu.
Motion under Constant Velocity
This calculator computes the distance an object travels as a function of time traveling at a constant initial velocity with the addition of an initial displacement (distance). This equation ignores external forces and so the object continues its motion at its initial constant velocity, `v_0`, as an expression of Newton's First Law.