# Answer to Question #4682 in Mechanics | Relativity for Kendell Cheddie

Question #4682

Identify the equations and illustrate how to calculate the distance travelled by an object, if the only data available was the time travelled, the final velocity, the mass of the object and the force exerted on the object.

Expert's answer

V0=0

S0=0

According to Newton's second law a=Fr/m

V=V0+at

S=S0+V0t+at^2/2

S=at^2/2

a=V/t

S=Vt^2/2t=Vt/2

a=F/m

S=Ft^2/2m

S0=0

__Needed relations:__According to Newton's second law a=Fr/m

V=V0+at

S=S0+V0t+at^2/2

**1. t**S=at^2/2

**2. V**a=V/t

S=Vt^2/2t=Vt/2

**3. m,F**a=F/m

S=Ft^2/2m

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