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Old February 25th, 2011, 04:50 AM
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Default formulas for working out travel time

I'm posting this here because its about ships, and this is, as far as i can tell the "gearheads" section of the forum.

anyway, i would like to know what the formula is for working out how long a object travelling at a constant acceleration/deceleration takes to travel a given distance.(ie a traveller ship under M-drive to reach a jump point, or other arbitary distance.).

are their any physic students out thier that can help me?
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