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Given the following acceleration function of an object moving along a line, find the position function with the given initial velocity and position.
a(t) = 0.6t; v(0) = 0, s(0)-7
s(t)-□ (Type an expression using t as the variable.)
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4.9.81 Question Help Given the following acceleration function of an object moving along a line, find the position function with the given initial velocity and position. a(t) = 0.6t; v(0) = 0, s(0)-7 s(t)-□ (Type an expression using t as the variable.)

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Step 1

We have to find position function from given acceleration function and given intial condition.

Functiona and initial condition is given below:

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Step 2

We will use following rules to find integration.

Rules are given below:

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Step 3

As we know that acceleration function is derivative of velocity function ,so with the help of integarion we can easily find velocity...

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