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Consider an object moving along a line with the following velocity and initial position.
vit)12-3t2 on [0,3]; s(D)-4
Determine the position function for t 20 using both the antiderivative method and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Check for agreement between the two methods.
To determine the position function for t 0 using the antiderivative method, first determine how the velocity function and the position function are related. Choose the correct answer below.
OA. The velocity function is the antiderivative of the absolute value of the position funetiom.
OB The pusTon function is the derivative of the velocity function.
C. The position function is the absolute value of the antiderivative of the verocity Tunction.
The pusitien function is he antiderivative of the velncity function.
Which equation below will correcthy give the position function according to the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus?
O B. vit)dt
A. s(t) s(0)
+
n
O C. SUs(t) v(x)dx
Sttj= s(0)+
Determine the position function for t20 using both methods. Select the correct choice below and fill in the answer box(es) to complete your choice.
A. The same function is obtained using each method. The position function is s(t)
OrBDifferent functions are obtained using each method. The position function obtained using the antiderivative method is s(t)
and the position function obtained using the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus is s(t)
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Transcribed Image Text:Consider an object moving along a line with the following velocity and initial position. vit)12-3t2 on [0,3]; s(D)-4 Determine the position function for t 20 using both the antiderivative method and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Check for agreement between the two methods. To determine the position function for t 0 using the antiderivative method, first determine how the velocity function and the position function are related. Choose the correct answer below. OA. The velocity function is the antiderivative of the absolute value of the position funetiom. OB The pusTon function is the derivative of the velocity function. C. The position function is the absolute value of the antiderivative of the verocity Tunction. The pusitien function is he antiderivative of the velncity function. Which equation below will correcthy give the position function according to the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus? O B. vit)dt A. s(t) s(0) + n O C. SUs(t) v(x)dx Sttj= s(0)+ Determine the position function for t20 using both methods. Select the correct choice below and fill in the answer box(es) to complete your choice. A. The same function is obtained using each method. The position function is s(t) OrBDifferent functions are obtained using each method. The position function obtained using the antiderivative method is s(t) and the position function obtained using the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus is s(t)
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