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I need help setting this problem up. Please help! A mother pushes a stroller up a hill, with the center of the stroller 1 meter ahead of her body. She maintains contact with the stroller at all times. Her position is x(t), speed is v(t) and her acceleration is a(t). What are the position, velocity, and acceleration of the stroller at any time t?

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    How would velocity and acceleration be represented in this picture, what do x(t), v(t), and a(t) mean.

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