# Building Java Programs : A Back To Basics Approach

 Authors: Stuart Reges, Marty Stepp ISBN: 9780136091813 Edition: 2
 Chapter: Primitive Data And Definite Loops Exercise: Exercises Question: 1

### Question by Trueman on 01 Jan, 1970 at 12:00 AM

In physics, a common useful equation for finding the position s of a body in linear motion at a given time t, based on its initial position $s_{0}$ , initial velocity $v_{0}$, and rate of acceleration a, is the following:

$s = s_{0} + v_{0}t + \frac{1}{2}at^{2}$

Write code to declare variables for $s_{0}$, $v_{0}$, a, and t, and then write the code to compute s on the basis of these values.

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