Unformatted text preview: interpreted as (m/s)/si.e. units of velocity per second.) we can now immediately write by analogy: a(t) = v'(t) , where a is the acceleration function and v is the velocity function. Recalling that v , in turn, is the time derivative of the position function x , we find that a(t) = x''(t) ....
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