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CALCULUS. DEFINITE INTEGRAL.

 

The velocity function of the car, measured in feet per second, is modeled by the following equation:


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Set up a definite integral to find the total distance (not displacement) traveled by the car at

t = 15 seconds, and then solve the definite integral. Answer should be in feet.

 

Set up a definite integral to find the total distance (not displacement) traveled by the car at

t = 35 seconds, and then solve the definite integral. Answer should be in feet.

 

Set up a definite integral to find the total distance (not displacement) traveled by the car at

t = 45 seconds, and then solve the definite integral. Answer should be in feet.

 

SHOW YOUR WORK STEP BY STEP ON HOW YOU ARRIVED AT EACH ANSWER.

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