## Kinematics
## Measurement Review
## Speed, Velocity and Acceleration
T^{I} is usually, but not always, zero. |
## The Four Formulas
Every kinematics problem will give you 3 of the 5 variables and ask you to solve for 1 variable. The fifth variable doesn't matter - use the formula without that variable (if the problem doesn't mention a, use the formula without a in it.) |
## Example Problem
The equation without t in it is Δx = (V Then, all that's left to do is to plug in all the variables and solve for V^{F}^{2} + V^{I}^{2}) / 2a.^{F}!The answer to this problem should be 39.60 m/s. |

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# Kinematics Cheat Sheet (DRAFT) by pastel-galaxies

An explanation of the kinematic formulas, when to use each one, and the connections between acceleration, final and initial velocity, displacement, and time.

This is a

**draft**cheat sheet. It is a work in progress and is not finished yet.