It means you have to find a function v(t) that relates the speed of the object, and the time elapsed.bullroar_86 said:if an object has an acceleration of 22.3 m/s^2 [63.9 degrees E of S]
what is its "velocity as a function of time"
not sure what that means.. any ideas?
No, in that equation, "vnot" has to be the velocity at t= 0. And be sure to note that the velocity is a vector, not just a number.ayalam said:v=vnot+at
vnot equals acceleration from the beginning of the problem.
v= velocity at a given time.