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consider a particle moving in the x-y plane according to:

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  1. anonymous
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    x=(16t)/(1+t^3) y= (16t^2)/(1+t^3)

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    find all intervals of t where the path of motion is concave up and concave down

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    im guessing second derivative analysis of the critcal point x=cuberoot(2)

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    i gotta go in 2 minutes :/

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    yes do second derivative. if y">0 then its concave up. if y<0 its concave down

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    y"0 mean

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    ah man, can i just take the second derivative of each individually then put dy2/dt over dx2/dt?

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    anyways thanks, o goptta go now though!

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