**Acceleration**is the second derivative of the displacement with respect to time, Or the first derivative of

**velocity**with respect to time: Inverse procedure: Integration.

**Velocity**is an

**integral of acceleration**over time. Displacement is an

**integral**of

**velocity**over time.

People also ask, how are acceleration and velocity related?

Basically, it just means "how much has this object moved (and in what direction) in a given time interval."

**Acceleration**is a little more complicated. It is defined as the rate of change of the object's**velocity**over its change in time. So "how much has the object's**velocity**changed in a given time interval."What is the relationship between velocity and acceleration?

The relationship between acceleration and velocity is that they are both

**related**to speed. Also, they are each other. The only difference is that acceleration is a**change**in speed/direction. Velocity is just a speed.How is acceleration related to velocity and displacement?

The standard units of

**displacement**are meters.**Velocity**is a vector which shows the direction and rate of motion. Instantaneous**velocity**, on the other hand, describes the motion of a body at one particular moment in time.**Acceleration**is a vector which shows the direction and magnitude of changes in**velocity**.