(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. I need to create a graph of a position function where a particle at point pi, has zero velocity, and positive acceleration.

2. Relevant Equationsf(x)=sin(x); f'(x)=cos(x); f''(x)=-sin(x)

3. Attempts at a SolutionIf I choose sin(x) as my function, then velocity is zero at pi. I am unclear if I have this next part right. Since the slope of the velocity function is increasing at pi, acceleration is therefore positive. I think I have that right. But I am not sure.

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# Homework Help: Creating the Graph of a Position Function

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