Asked Jan 20, 2020

The velocity of a particle moving back and forth on a line is y = ds/dt = 6 sin 2t m/sec for all t. If s = 0 when t = 0, find the value of s when t = pai/2 sec.


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given the velocity of a particle moving back and forth on a line is y = ds/dt = 6 sin 2t m/sec for all t.

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 when s=0 ...

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