Online Displacement calculator - you can use 3 different formulas to calculate displacement

It is shortest distance from the initial(starting point) position to the final position(end point) of an object is called displacement and it's a vector quantity because displacement have both magnitude and direction.

◉The value of displacement can be positive, negative or zero.

◉ SI unit of displacement is meter.

**Note:-**Displacement of an object can never be
greater than the distance travelled object by it, because
**Displacement ≤ Distance.**

**Displacement(Δx) = **xf - xi(final position -
initial position) gives the direction of the final position as
see from the initial postion.

There are three different formulas to calculate the displacement of an object. Displacement is the distance an object has moved from its original position to its final position or the distance between the positions of the object at two different positions.

- Displacement(Δx) = xf - xi, Where xf → Final position and xi → Initial position
- Displacement(Δx) = ut + 1 / 2 at², Where u → Initial velocity, a → Acceleration and t → Time
- Displacement(Δx) = v² - u² / 2a, Where u → Initial velocity, a → Acceleration and v → Final velocity

**(1):-**When you know only final position value
and initial position value:-
Displacement(Δx) = xf - xi.

**(2):-**When you know initial velocity value,
acceleration of object and time then used this formula
Displacement(Δx) = ut + 1 / 2 at².
**Note:- this formula is also used when you know velocity and
time 👍 Δx = ut, acceleration is zero
**

**(3):-**Third when you know the initial velocity
value of the object, the final velocity of the object and
acceleration then used this formula
Displacement(Δx) = v² - u² / 2a.

**◉** if you know only starting position
value and end position value then used the first tab of the
calculator and enter a value in the proper input field and click
the button to calculate.

**◉** Second, if you know the initial
velocity value, acceleration value and time then use the second
tab of the calculator, enter all values in the proper input
field and then click the button.

**◉** Third, if you know only the final and
initial velocity of the object and also acceleration values then
use the third tab of the calculator.

Thanks 💙