Need help with acceleration/time physics...
Uhh.... I am making this little game involving a physics engine... and i forgot my formulas... and I can't find them on the web... what is the formula to find out the time taken for a straight line journey, if you know the constant acceleration and distance? I have 'worked out': time=sqrt(distance/acceleration) but it doesn't seems to be quite right... any help?
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Need help with acceleration/time physics... - leRiCl - Jan 9, 2007 06:21 AM
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