# Displacement Calculator

**Displacement Calculator Using Constant Velocity**

**Displacement Calculator Using Initial and Final Velocity (or Acceleration)**

You can use this displacement calculator to calculate the displacement using constant velocity or acceleration.

Enter the time in seconds and average velocity (m/s) to calculate the displacement.

s=vt

Enter the time in seconds, initial velocity, and final velocity to determine the displacement. If you know the acceleration, you can leave the velocity fields blank and the acceleration value in m/s² to find the displacement.

S = ut + ½ at2

In case you don’t know, a change in position is called displacement.

You might want to figure out the Gravitational force or might want to determine momentum.

**References**

- Bowden, J., Dall’Alba, G., Martin, E., Laurillard, D., Marton, F., Masters, G., … & Walsh, E. (1992). Displacement, velocity, and frames of reference: Phenomenographic studies of students’ understanding and some implications for teaching and assessment. American Journal of Physics, 60(3), 262-269.
- https://study.com/learn/lesson/distance-displacement-physics-overview-examples.html. (n.d.). https://study.com/learn/lesson/distance-displacement-physics-overview-examples.html