Physics

What quantitative information do you need to calculate each of the measurements of an object's motion

Displacement:
Average velocity:
Average acceleration:

Displacement: Final position minus initial position

Average velocity: Displacement divided by time interval

Average acceleration: Velocity change divided by time interval

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