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How does calculus model Physics of motion?

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  1. anonymous
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    \[by the movements\]

  2. anonymous
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    any motion of an object can be described using the calculus. For a given function of X(t), time derivatives of that function describes profile of velocity and acceleration. Eventually, it all comes down to differential equation describing the system and solution to it which can describe the motion/system behavior as a function of time.

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    thanks!

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    glad to be of some help :)

  5. watchmath
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    Hi shadowfiend can we talk on the chat?

  6. shadowfiend
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    Yeah, I'm about to split but can talk for a sec.

  7. watchmath
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    I wrote something on the chat message.

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