1. Sep 6, 2010

### 13habelbrea

Ok, I have a question.

I know that you can integrate volocity to get acceloration, but can you take a dirivative or integrate something to get volume or mass, is there any other things where you can do the same?

Thanks! (I've been looking and I just need to clear my mind).

2. Sep 6, 2010

### klondike

Integrating velocity (WRT t), you get displacement (or distance). To get acceleration from velocity, you need to differentiate v WRT t.

You can integrate density scalar over the defined volume to get mass.