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but I'm just having problems with the second derivative of acceleration (d^2*x/dt^2) when it comes to integrating, I tried separating them into dv/dt and then dv/dx and dx/dt, so i obtain v, etc... but this complicates things even more for me! It would be so great if someone could give me a hint as to where i can start in integrating with this second derivative...

Thank you very much for your time.