Not at all...This equation applies only for 1-D motion.The thing you can do is split up the velocity into it's components and then find the distances traveled separately.Then take the square-root of the sum of their squares.This shall give you the total distance traveled.

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TopNewestNot at all...This equation applies only for 1-D motion.The thing you can do is split up the velocity into it's components and then find the distances traveled separately.Then take the square-root of the sum of their squares.This shall give you the total distance traveled.

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