__Vertical Acceleration Calculator:__

__Vertical Acceleration Calculator:__

Enter the values of Total Acceleration At_{(m/s}^{2}_{)} & Angle of the Acceleration Vector a_{(degree)} to determine the value of Vertical Acceleration Ay_{(m/s}^{2}_{).}

__Vertical Acceleration Formula:__

__Vertical Acceleration Formula:__

The Vertical Acceleration Ay_{(m/s}^{2}_{)} in meter per second square is equal to the Total Acceleration At_{(m/s}^{2}_{)} in meter per second square to multiply the Angle of the Acceleration Vector a_{(degree)} in degree.

The Formula of Vertical Acceleration can be written as,

Ay_{(m/s}^{2}_{)} = At_{(m/s}^{2}_{)} * Sin ( a_{(degree)} )

Here,

Ay_{(m/s}^{2}_{)} = Vertical Acceleration in meter per second square

At_{(m/s}^{2}_{)} = Total Acceleration in meter per second square

a_{(degree)} = Angle of the Acceleration Vector in degree

__Vertical Acceleration Calculation :__

__Vertical Acceleration Calculation :__

1)Calculate the Vertical Acceleration and given for Total Acceleration = 80m/s^{2} , Angle of the Acceleration Vector = 30degree.

Answer

Ay = At * Sin (a)

Ay = 80 * Sin ( 30 )

Ay = 79.04m/s^{2}.

2)Calculate the Total Acceleration and given for Angle of the Acceleration Vector = 30degree , Vertical Acceleration = 79.04m/s^{2}.

Answer

Ay = At * Sin (a)

79.04 = At * Sin ( 30 )

At = 80m/s^{2}.

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__Kinematics Vertical Motion Constant Acceleration Due to Gravity:__