In physics, equations of motion are equations that describe the behavior of a physical system in terms of its motion as a function of time.
Kinematics motion is simpler as it concerns only variables derived from the positions of objects, and time. In circumstances of constant acceleration, these simpler equations of motion are usually referred to as the SUVAT equations, arising from the definitions of kinematic quantities: displacement (s), initial velocity (u), final velocity (v), acceleration (a), and time (t).
A differential equation of motion, usually identified as some physical law and applying definitions of physical quantities, is used to set up an equation for the problem. Solving the differential equation will lead to a general solution with arbitrary constants, the arbitrariness corresponding to a family of solutions. A particular solution can be obtained by setting the initial values, which fixes the values of the constants. To state this formally, in general an equation of motion M is a function of the position r of the object, its velocity (the first time derivative of r, v = dr /dt
), and its acceleration (the second derivative of r, a = d2r/dt2), and time t.
The following indikator is called TEDong Velocity/Acceleration, with alert LONG/BUY and SHORT/Sell.