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A Net displacement

  1. Feb 12, 2017 #1
    Hello PF,

    I need some help with the assignment given:
    v=18-2t^2 m/s, where t is in second. When t= 0 the position of the particle is s_0 = - 3 m.
    For the first 5 seconds.
    Determine the total distance ( i got it to 65,33 ft) and the net displacement Δs, and the value of s at the end of the interval.

    Thanks a lot for ur help.
     
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