Welcome! Acceleration can be expressed mathematically using two main laws based on the given data. In this case, we use the following law:

Acceleration = Change in Velocity / Change in Time

a = ∆v / ∆t

Where:

- a: Acceleration, measured in m/s².
- ∆v: Change in velocity (final velocity - initial velocity), measured in m/s.
- ∆t: Change in time (final time - initial time), measured in seconds.

To calculate acceleration, enter the required values and click "Calculate Acceleration" to get the result.