   Chapter 4.R, Problem 6CC

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# Suppose a particle moves back and forth along a straight line with velocity v ( t ) , measured in feet per second, and acceleration a ( t ) .(a) What is the meaning of ∫ 60 120 v ( t )   d t ?(b) What is the meaning of ∫ 60 120 | v ( t ) |   d t ?(c) What is the meaning of ∫ 60 120 a ( t )   d t ?

To determine

(a)

To explain:

The meaning of 60120v(t)dt

Explanation

60120v(t)dt=s120-s(60)

Is the net change of position or displacement of the particle between 60

To determine

(b)

The meaning of 60120|vt|dt

To determine

(c)

To explain:

The meaning of 60120a(t)dt

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