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Differential Calculus Ex.11. The distance s metres moved by a particle travelling in a straight line in t seconds is given by Character is who you are when no one is looking. #2 20070323 03:04:24
Re: Differential Calculus Ex.11. The distance s metres moved by a particle travelling in a straight line in t seconds is given by #3 20070419 03:04:07
Re: Differential Calculus Ex.1I think this depends on your definition of "at rest", I 've always thought of a particle being "at rest" when its velocity is equal to zero. If you define "at rest" to be when the acceleration is zero, then this problem is trivial you don't need any formulas at all. #4 20070422 03:00:54
Re: Differential Calculus Ex.1In the second problem : 