Well sitting in math class today learning about antiderivatives we talked about the following(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Accelerations antiderivative is velocity

and,

velocities antiderivative is position.

So I asked my teacher what the antiderivative of a position would be then, and he did not know.

So if someone could tell me what he antiderivative of a position would represent that would be a massive releif to my curiosity.

Thanks.

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# Anitderivative of a position

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