Displacement is calculated as the shortest distance that chooses straight-line paths to inclined paths between the beginning and the end point. The shortcut paths for the original paths given are given. T = time consumed.
A one-dimensional quantity describing the separation between two given points is a displacement (symbolised d or s), often referred to as length or distance. In the International System of Units (SI), the standard unit of displacement is the metre (m). Displacement is typically determined along a straight line or established.
Displacement (symbolised as d or s) is a one-dimensional quantity describing the separation between the two points described. It is a vector quantity that has a direction that is the shortest path from the original to the final location of a point P. The basic displacement unit is a metre (m).