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`dx = x_0 + v_0 * "t" `

Enter a value for all fields

The **Distance - Constant Velocity ** calculator uses the equation, dx= x_{0}+v_{0}⋅t, to compute the total linear displacement (distance travelled).

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Choose the preferred units and enter the following;

- (
**x**) This is the initial displacement._{0} - (
**v**) This is the initial velocity._{0} - (
**t**) This is the duration of the motion or travel.

**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.

where:

- `v_0` - Initial velocity at time t = 0
- `x_0` - initial displacement at time t = 0
**t**- time of travel in the x-direction

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- Young, Hugh D., Roger A. Freedman, A. Lewis Ford, and Francis Weston Sears. "2.4."
*Sears and Zemansky's University Physics: With Modern Physics*. San Francisco: Pearson Addison Wesley, 2004. 51. Print.