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(1) A ball is dropped from rest, and after t seconds its velocity is v ft/sec. Neglecting air resistance, show that the average velocity during the first T/2 seconds is 1/3 of the average velocity during the next T/2 seconds.

Will I integrate v? If so, what it is a function of?

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# Definite Integral

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