hw11-28 - velocity data on the interval 0 t 20 seconds. 4....

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Homework 11/28 Suppose that the velocity of a moving object is measured every 2 seconds as shown in the following table. Use the given velocity data to answer all the questions below. time, t , in s 0 2 4 6 8 10 vel, v , in m/s 0 19 36 50 60 65 1. How far does the object travel (total change in position) during the time interval 0 t 10 seconds? 2. Graph the velocity data. Use graph paper. Label your axes. Shade an area that exactly matches your computation in Problem 1. 3. Assume that for every 2 seconds beyond t = 10 the velocity grows by 5 m/s. Graph the
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Unformatted text preview: velocity data on the interval 0 t 20 seconds. 4. Compute the total change of position on the interval 0 t 20 seconds. 5. Once again, shade an appropriate area. (You can reuse your graph from Problem 3.) 6. Compute the total change of position on the interval 10 t a . 7. At what time a does the total change of position on the interval 0 t a equal 500 m? 8. At what time a does the total change of position on the interval 0 t a equal 2000 m? 1...
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course MATH 170 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Boise State.

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