## About Final Horizontal Velocity Calculator (Formula)

The Final Horizontal Velocity Calculator is a tool that helps calculate the final horizontal velocity of an object based on its distance travelled, time taken, and initial horizontal velocity. It is commonly used in physics and motion analysis to determine the final velocity of an object moving horizontally.

The formula used by the calculator is:

Vf = D/T*2 – Vi

Where:

- Vf represents the final horizontal velocity of the object.
- D denotes the distance travelled by the object in meters.
- T represents the time taken for the object to cover that distance in seconds.
- Vi denotes the initial horizontal velocity of the object in meters per second.

To calculate the final horizontal velocity, the formula subtracts the initial horizontal velocity (Vi) from the product of the distance travelled (D) divided by the time taken (T), multiplied by 2.

By inputting the values of distance, time, and initial horizontal velocity into the calculator, users can obtain the final horizontal velocity of the object. The result provides valuable information for analyzing the motion and velocity of objects moving horizontally.

It’s important to note that this calculator assumes constant velocity and linear motion without considering external factors such as acceleration, air resistance, or other forces that may affect the object’s velocity. Therefore, it is most accurate for situations where these factors can be neglected.