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karush

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ok again I used an image since there are macros and image

I know this is a very common problem in calculus but think most still stumble over it

inserted the graph of v(t) and v'(t) and think for v'(t) when the graph is below the x-axis that participle is moving to the left

the integral has a - interval but I think the total is an absolute value...

my take on some of it.

finally this will be my last AP calculus exam question for a while

I was surprized how many views these got... must be a big concern for many

ok again I used an image since there are macros and image

I know this is a very common problem in calculus but think most still stumble over it

inserted the graph of v(t) and v'(t) and think for v'(t) when the graph is below the x-axis that participle is moving to the left

the integral has a - interval but I think the total is an absolute value...

my take on some of it.

finally this will be my last AP calculus exam question for a while

I was surprized how many views these got... must be a big concern for many