anonymous
  • anonymous
A particle moves along a straight line and its position at time t is given by s(t)=2t^3−24t^2+90t t>=0 where s is measured in feet and t in seconds. (B) Use interval notation to indicate the time interval(s) when the particle is speeding up and slowing down. (A) Use interval notation to indicate the time interval or union of time intervals when the particle is moving forward and backward 4 days ago
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katieb
  • katieb
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Stacey
  • Stacey
Since s(t) is the position, we can take the derivative to get the equation for the velocity.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i did that and got this but the answer is not correct: s(t)=2t 3 −24t 2 +90t v(t)=s ′ (t)=6t 2 −48t+90=6(t−3)(t−5) a(t)=s ′′ (t)=12t−48=12(t−4) (A) forward 05, backward 34, slowing down 0
Stacey
  • Stacey
Your work is good.

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Stacey
  • Stacey
Did you use interval notation? forward (0,3) union (5,infinity); backward (3,5)
Stacey
  • Stacey
Actually, I need to correct that.
Stacey
  • Stacey
Forward is [0,3) union (5,infinity)
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh i think i used the wrong bracket
anonymous
  • anonymous
what would speeding up and slowing down be then?
Stacey
  • Stacey
slowing down is [0,4) and speeding up is (4,infinity)
anonymous
  • anonymous
it says the sppeding up and slowing down ones are wrong :/ but the other two are correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
speeding*
Stacey
  • Stacey
I am not sure why it would say those are wrong. The second derivative is a line, so we just have to see where it is positive and negative. a(4) =0, which means we use a parenthesis next to the 4.
anonymous
  • anonymous
maybe the square bracket shouldnt be used?
Stacey
  • Stacey
a(0)=-48, so we are clearly slowing down at t=0. Also we can look at the graph of the velocity and that is a parabola. Looking at that graph, we can also see that the velocity is decreasing (slowing down) on the interval [0,4) and increasing (speeding up) on the interval (4,infinity). It sounds like you are on a computerized homework. Sometimes those are wrong. I would double check what it is asking for and what I'm typing. Otherwise, it may just be wrong.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes i am on a computerized homework and maybe I will check to see if it's maybe it's worng instead of me but thanks anyway !

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