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comment Distance traveled from displacement
This is the integral of the magnitude of velocity, isn't it? It makes sense that Integrating the displacement vector as well will result in the distance traveled, because over tiny distances displacement and distance traveled are the same. Aren't they?
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comment Calculate displacement in position from knowing constant acceleration
Thanks a lot, this answer is perfect!
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comment Calculate displacement in position from knowing constant acceleration
@michielm I do have knowledge in differential equations, go ahead :)
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