# Equation of Motion Particle...1

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Calculus
Section 3.1

Can you do 54 (a - c)? Show your steps. I will do 53.

nycmathguy, Jun 18, 2022

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54.
the equation of motion of a particle is s=t^4-2t^3+t^2-t, where s is in meters and t is in seconds

a. find the velocity and acceleration as function of t

the velocity v(t)=s'(t)
v(t)=4t^3-6t^2+2t-1

the acceleration is a(t)= v'(t)

a(t)=12t^2-12t+2

b.

t=1
a(1)=12*1^2-12*1+2=2

c.

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MathLover1, Jun 19, 2022
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Are you saying that the velocity is the derivative of the given function?

Are you also saying that the acceleration is the derivative of the velocity?

nycmathguy, Jun 19, 2022
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yes

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I will do 53 using your reply as my guide. I left the beach at 2:30 pm after 3 hours. I simply got bored. I gotta find a place to visit starting next weekend.

nycmathguy, Jun 19, 2022