anonymous
  • anonymous
Suppose that a bicyclist is biking with a velocity function of v(t) = 2t - 1 ft/min starting at t = 0, how long does it take the bicyclist to go 30ft?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
This problem seems simple - please help me figure it out!
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's actually a multiple choice problem in my book, but no answer in the back
anonymous
  • anonymous
we know that v=ds/dt i.e the integral of velocity is displacement v dt =ds integrate v(t) from 0 to t and integrate ds from 0 to 30 integrating both side we get t^2-t=30 solving for t we get t=-5,6 pick t=6 and thats the ans

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