f] / 2, (14) where: v--maximum towage speed; vf final speed at the end of increasing the length of the mooring rope should be equal to 0, and finally, the last formula can be as follows: dv = v / 2, (15) where: dt--time change can be found as: dt = [DELTA]l / DV = 2 X [DELTA]l / v, (16) Finally, acceleration will be: a = dv / dt = [v.

Once these five were identified they ran a final speed test to determine who was the fastest and Crawford came out on top.

5 mile per hour every 2 minutes, so that patients reached a final speed of 3.

We also burned some extra gas to get down to my final speed.

The velocity in the formula is speed--not acceleration in the sense of an increasing speed; it is the final speed of the moving object at the moment of impact.

Here are a few formulae to calculate some key parameters for motion starting from a standstill: Acceleration a required to get to final speed v in time t: a=v/t Distance traveled during this time t S=1/2a[t.