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James R

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a=dv/dt.

Acceleration is the gradient of the velocity-time curve at any point.

Acceleration is the gradient of the velocity-time curve at any point.

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acceleration = (velocity 2 - velocity 1)/ (time 2 -time1)

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karaonstage said:

Only just a straight line? Then

[tex] \forall n > 1,\;\frac{{d^n v}}{{dt^n }} = 0 [/tex]

over the interval containing this line

*karaonstage, simply find the

If the slope [itex] = 0 [/itex], the object simply doesn't accelerate (travels at constant velocity).

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