A particle has an initial position X=0m and an initial velocity v=-6.0m/s. Its acceleration is given by the function [1.0 m/s^2 + (0.25 m/s^3)t] where t is in seconds. Plot the acceleration vs. time. From your plot, determine when the velocity of the particle is zero. -ok so if when I plot this line, because acceleration is always positive, wouldn't the line just have a constant positive slope. I know you're supposed to find the area under the curve to get the velocity. But when the velocity equals 0? I don't get how I could find this from my a vs t graph.