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Asked Jun 16, 2019

I got up to:

 

60-62t, then started doing 

30 + the integral from t to 0 but I don’t know if I’m doing it right.

 

 

Find the position and velocity of an object moving along a straight line with the given acceleration, initial velocity, and initial position.
a(t)62, v(0) 60, and s(0) 30
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Find the position and velocity of an object moving along a straight line with the given acceleration, initial velocity, and initial position. a(t)62, v(0) 60, and s(0) 30 v(t)

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To find velocity we have to integrate a(t)= -6...

v(t)
=fa)dt
=T-62dt
=-62t c
Given, v(0) 60
v(0)-62(0)c
60 0c
c 60
v(t)-62t 60
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v(t) =fa)dt =T-62dt =-62t c Given, v(0) 60 v(0)-62(0)c 60 0c c 60 v(t)-62t 60

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