onegirl

Find the position function s(t) from the given velocity or acceleration function and initial value(s). Assume that units are feet and seconds. v(t) = 40 – sin t, s(0) = 2

Delete
Share
This Question is Closed

onegirl

Best Response

You've already chosen the best response.

1
@satellite73 can u help?

goformit100

Best Response

You've already chosen the best response.

1
for finding the acceleration simply Differentiate the function.|dw:1367805931004:dw|

onegirl

Best Response

You've already chosen the best response.

1
can u show it ??

goformit100

Best Response

You've already chosen the best response.

1
sure madam

goformit100

Best Response

You've already chosen the best response.

1
|dw:1367805998513:dw||dw:1367806046835:dw|

goformit100

Best Response

You've already chosen the best response.

1
ok ?

onegirl

Best Response

You've already chosen the best response.

1
ok that -1 right?

goformit100

Best Response

You've already chosen the best response.

1
ya, right.

onegirl

Best Response

You've already chosen the best response.

1
so thats the position of the function?

goformit100

Best Response

You've already chosen the best response.

1
yes.

onegirl

Best Response

You've already chosen the best response.

1
okay thanks!

goformit100

Best Response

You've already chosen the best response.

1
Thank you madam