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Calculus Volume 1A track coach uses a camera with a fast shutter to estimate the position of a runner with respect to time. A table of the values of position of the athlete versus time is given here, where x is the position in meters of the runner and t is time in seconds. What is lim t → 2 x ( t ) What does it t->2 mean physically? t (sec) x (m) 1.75 4.5 1.95 6.1 1.99 6.42 2.01 6.58 2.05 6.9 2.25 8.5BuyFind*launch*

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Chapter 2.2, Problem 82E

Textbook Problem

A track coach uses a camera with a fast shutter to estimate the position of a runner with respect to time. A table of the values of position of the athlete versus time is given here, where *x *is the position in meters of the runner and *t *is time in seconds. What is
* t->2* mean physically?

t(sec) |
x(m) |

1.75 | 4.5 |

1.95 | 6.1 |

1.99 | 6.42 |

2.01 | 6.58 |

2.05 | 6.9 |

2.25 | 8.5 |

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