anonymous
  • anonymous
Use of numerical integral method to calculate the length of the path has traversed the car during the time recording below
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anonymous
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eSpeX
  • eSpeX
It would appear that you need to set this up as a definite integral. While I am not certain, it seems to me it would be something along the lines of \[L=\int\limits_{0}^{84}speed \space dt\]
MrDoe
  • MrDoe
usually when your told to use numerical integration they mean make an approximation using something like the trapezoidal rule or simpson's rule.

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