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I would appreciate if you could help me with the following problem:

A person is standing still on a 2D environment and let's assume that its initial position Xo is given. The person is moving by applying a force function over time say f(t). As a result, using numerical integration we can determine the person's acceleration, velocity and position at any time step.

My question is how we can prove that the resulting path/motion is or is not C1 continuous?

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# C1 continuity

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