Maria H.

asked • 03/31/20

Calculus word problem

An object is moving along a line, with time in seconds, and distance in feet. The acceleration of the object at timet is a(t) = -32 feet per second per second. The velocityof the object at t = 0 seconds is v(0) = 80 feet per second. The position of the object at time t = 0 seconds is s(0) = 10 feet. Find the velocity function v(t), and the position function s(t).

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Stephanie K. answered • 03/31/20

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Jake T. answered • 03/31/20

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