## About Relative Velocity Calculator (Formula)

The relative velocity calculator is a tool that uses the formula **Vac = Vab + Vbc** to determine the relative velocity of two objects. Relative velocity is the velocity of one object relative to the other.

The formula takes into account the velocities of two objects (Vab and Vbc) and adds them together to calculate the relative velocity of object A with respect to object B (Vac).

It’s important to note that this formula is only valid when the velocities are in the same direction. If the velocities are in different directions, a different formula would need to be used. Additionally, it’s important to specify the reference frame and units used for the velocities.

It’s also important to note that relative velocity is a vector quantity, therefore it has a magnitude and direction.

In the case of relative velocity calculations in physics, it’s common to use the relative velocity formula in order to calculate the relative velocity of two objects in motion, which is important in the study of mechanics, fluid dynamics, and other areas.

It’s worth mentioning that the relative velocity formula is only valid when the velocities are in the same direction, if they are in different directions you would use different formulas.