If a car's x-position at time t = 0 is x(0) = 0 and it has an x-velocity of(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

vx(t) = b(t-T)^2, where b and T are constants, which function best describes x(t)?

a. x(t) = 2b(t - T)

b. x(t) = 3b(t - T)3

c. x(t) = (1/3)b(t - T)3

d. x(t) = (1/2)b(t - T)

e. x(t) = (1/3)b[(t - T)3 + T3]

f. None of the above

I was thinking d, but not sure.

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# Velocity v(t) = b(t-T)^2, find position function x(t)

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