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We will use the following results for the derivatives of some particular functions

# We will use the following results for the derivatives of some particular functions

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We will use the following results for the derivatives of some particular functions--given to us courtesy of basic calculus. (F1) if f (t) = t n , where n is a non-zero integer, then f'(t) = nt n-1 . (F2) if f (t) = c , where c is a constant, then f'(t) = 0 .
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Unformatted text preview: • (F3a)if f (t) = cos wt , where w is a constant, then f'(t) = - w sin wt . • (F3b)if f (t) = sin wt , then f'(t) = w cos wt . These rules will give us all the necessary tools to solve many interesting kinematics problems....
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