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Motion under constant acceleration  SUVAT equationsIn this section you will learn how to work with the equations of motion. Please understand that these equations only apply when there is constant acceleration (or deceleration). These equations of motion are also named SUVAT equations which are the variables which they represent. The S stands for displacement, U for the initial velocity, V for the final velocity, A for acceleration and T for time. I will explain all you need to know about how to use these SUVAT equations so you can pass your maths mechanics exams too. So quickly continue with your maths revision and study the first maths video. Mr John
