A body is under uniformly accelerated linear motion if its acceleration is a constant vector. Such a body travels along a straight line with a steadily increasing or decreasing speed. When looking at a body in uniformly accelerated linear motion, you might be interested in calculating its position in time. The position ** x** of a body describing a uniformly accelerated linear motion on the straight line it travels at a time

**x**(t)= **x _{0}** +

where ** x_{0}** is its position at the moment we start measuring time,

**v**(t)= **v _{0}** +