10.26 - following: : ) ( dt ds t v = velocity function, 2 2...

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Here is a simple observation I couldn’t mention today If ) ( t s is a position function for an object at time t , then we noted that the first derivative represents the velocity ) ( t v of the object at time . t The second derivative of ) ( t s is the rate of change in velocity, and this is known as the acceleration of an object. So, we have the
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Unformatted text preview: following: : ) ( dt ds t v = velocity function, 2 2 ) ( dt s d dt dv t a = = : acceleration function. Homework Page 83-85, #1,3,8,9,13-14 (solve with the difference quotient only),15-20,29,30,35-38,40-42. Page 92, read Example 4. Page 93-94, #1-13,16,17,20,22,23....
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10.26 - following: : ) ( dt ds t v = velocity function, 2 2...

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