# Are movement and speed the same

## Accelerated movement

The equation \ [\ color {Red} {v} = {a} \ cdot {t} \] has already been solved for \ (\ color {Red} {v} \). So you do not need to perform any transformations.

To solve the equation \ [{v} = \ color {Red} {a} \ cdot {t} \] for \ (\ color {Red} {a} \), you have to three transformations carry out:

Swap the two sides of the equation.
\ [\ color {Red} {a} \ cdot {t} = {v} \]

Divide both sides of the equation by \ ({t} \). Do not write this division with the division sign (:), but as a fraction with \ ({t} \) in the denominator.
\ [\ frac {\ color {Red} {a} \ cdot {t}} {{t}} = \ frac {{v}} {{t}} \]

Brevity the fraction on the left side of the equation by \ ({t} \). \ [\ color {Red} {a} = \ frac {{v}} {{t}} \] The equation is after \ (\ color {Red} {a} \) resolved.

To solve the equation \ [{v} = {a} \ cdot \ color {Red} {t} \] for \ (\ color {Red} {t} \), you have to three transformations carry out:

Swap the two sides of the equation.
\ [{a} \ cdot \ color {Red} {t} = {v} \]

Divide both sides of the equation by \ ({a} \). Do not write this division with the division sign (:), but as a fraction with \ ({a} \) in the denominator.
\ [\ frac {{a} \ cdot \ color {Red} {t}} {{a}} = \ frac {{v}} {{a}} \]

Brevity the fraction on the left side of the equation by \ ({a} \). \ [\ color {Red} {t} = \ frac {{v}} {{a}} \] The equation is after \ (\ color {Red} {t} \) dissolved.