## About Acceleration to Velocity Calculator (Formula)

The Acceleration to Velocity Calculator uses the following formula to calculate the final velocity of an object given its initial velocity, acceleration, and change in time:

**Final Velocity (v) = Initial Velocity (u) + (Acceleration (a) * Change in Time (t))**

Where:

- Final Velocity (v) is the velocity of the object at the end of the time interval.
- Initial Velocity (u) is the velocity of the object at the beginning of the time interval.
- Acceleration (a) is the rate of change of velocity, typically measured in meters per second squared (m/s²).
- Change in Time (t) is the time interval over which the acceleration occurs, typically measured in seconds (s).

This formula is based on the kinematic equations of motion and is commonly used to calculate the final velocity of an object when it undergoes constant acceleration over a specified time period. The formula accounts for changes in velocity due to acceleration and the initial velocity of the object.