In physics, kinematic equations are set of equations which are used for predicting the unknown value of an object when the other properties of the object is known. There are 4 variables in kinematic equations, they are:

d = displacement

a = acceleration

t = time

Vi = initial velocity

Vf = final velocity

Use our below kinematic calculator by entering 4 known values and leaving the unknown value box blank. Click calculate button to find the formula and the steps involved in finding the answer.

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