Unformatted text preview: • for x(t) = cos wt , v(t) =  w sin wt (using (F3a)) • for x(t) = vt + c , v(t) = v (using (F1),(P2)) Notice that in this last case, the velocity is constant and equal to the coefficient of t in the original position function! (4) is popularly known as "distance equals rate × time."...
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 Fall '09
 
 Derivative, Sample Position Functions, basic position functions

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