Okay... So...

H_{2}0

Translates to...

H = Hydrogen new function('Whatever parameters Hydrogen requires'){return $Hydrogen_Atom';}

O = Hydrogen new function('Whatever parameters Oxygen requires'){return $Oxygen_Atom';}

Water = H + (2 x Oxygen)

Where as...

v_{0}t

translates to...

v = Velocity new function('Whatever value velocity is in kilometers'){return $kilometers;} // really this should be distance...

t = Time new function('Whatever parameters time requires in seconds'){return $seconds;}

v_{0}t

Answer = v + (_{0} x t)

Since the multiplication fact = zero... then velocity is the only thing that matters and time is thrown away from the equasion?

This seems to be like we do not understand how to measure velocity... I apologize for strange assumptions I just cannot understand how this s supposed to work out and I have been trying for a while now...

What is d supposed to equal? Distance?

Um, no, that isn't how it works at all. Velocity is measured in metres per second, not kilometres, and time is an independent variable, not comparable to a function.

The zero isn't a multiplier, it's a parameter. v(0) might be equal to zero metres per second, or it might be equal to sixty metres per second, or it might be equal to the speed of light. As I said, it can be considered to be a black box function for the purposes of this discussion.

Yes, d is distance - or, more correctly, displacement (though for the purposes of this discussion, they can be considered the same thing).

Also, the subscript belongs to the v, not to the t. In H

_{2}0, there are two hydrogens, not two oxygens. Subscripts nearly always refer to the thing

*before* them.