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Use this acceleration calculator to calculate velocity change of an object that is changing with respect to time. It also computes various other parameters that are related to acceleration. Calculations become efficient with this tool as it eliminates the error risks if any.

**“The rate of changing velocity with respect to time is called acceleration”**

The following example will help you in calculating acceleration:

**Example:**

A train is running with a uniform velocity that is v = 5 m.s-1. After 20 seconds, it stops accelerating and sustains a uniform velocity that is v = 25 m.s-1. Find acceleration.

**Solution:**

\(V_{i}=5m.s^{-1}\)

\(V_{f} = 25 m.s\)

\(T = 20 s\)

Using acceleration formula:

\(a=v_{f}−v_{i} \times t\)

\(a=25−520\)

\(a=1 m.s^{-2}\)

Our acceleration calculator only considers subjects that are in continuous state of motion and calculates acceleration for these if operated according to the guide below:

**Input:**

- Make your selection from the top list and a new tab will appear
- Simply follow the input guide defined for each selection to provide necessary entities
- Hit the calculate button

**Output:**

- Initial and final Velocity from acceleration
- Constant Acceleration and time
- Displacement
- Average Velocity
- Plot Graph Velocity(m/s) vs. Time(s)
- Plot Graph Displacement(m) vs. Time(s)

From the source of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia – Simple definition of acceleration (physics) along with the properties – units and formulas for acceleration

From the source of wikihow – Co-authored by Sean Alexander, MS – How to Calculate Acceleration (Methods)- Calculating Average Acceleration from Two Velocities – Calculating Acceleration from a Force