anonymous
  • anonymous
The area under a graph of vx vs t from t = ti to t = tf represents what?
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TuringTest
  • TuringTest
what is vx ? velocity times distance?
anonymous
  • anonymous
That I am not sure of, the only options I am given are: 1) xi. 2) xf. 3) xf - xi. 4) (xi + xf). 5) xi + xf.
TuringTest
  • TuringTest
well I'm not sure either, but\[\int_{ti}^{tf} vdt=x_f-x_i\]but that doesn't have an x in it, that would be for a graph of v vs t

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TuringTest
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I think someone typed an extra x...
anonymous
  • anonymous
ah, that would do it :P

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