The velocity (in meters/sec) of a particle moving along a straight line is given by v(t)=3t^2+2t+3, where t is measured in seconds.
Answer the following questions given that the initial positions(0)=6.
a. What is the meter position of the particle at any given time t?
b. What is the meter position of the body at time t=2?
c.What is the meter position of the particle at time t=10?
d. What is the displacement of the particle on the time interval 2

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The velocity (in meters/sec) of a particle moving along a straight line is given by v(t)=3t^2+2t+3, where t is measured in seconds.
Answer the following questions given that the initial positions(0)=6.
a. What is the meter position of the particle at any given time t?
b. What is the meter position of the body at time t=2?
c.What is the meter position of the particle at time t=10?
d. What is the displacement of the particle on the time interval 2

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