chapter 5.1 - antidifferentiation - #44a particle travels along the x-axis in such as a way that its acceleration at time t is a(t) = square root of x +t2 . if it starts at the origin with its iinitial velocity of 2 (that is s(0) = 0) and V(0) = 2 determine its position and velocity when t = 4.

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chapter 5.1 - antidifferentiation - #44

a particle travels along the x-axis in such as a way that its acceleration at time t is a(t) = square root of x +t. if it starts at the origin with its iinitial velocity of 2 (that is s(0) = 0) and V(0) = 2 determine its position and velocity when t = 4.

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To obtain the required parameter from the given data using integration

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Position at t=4 is 37.87...

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