7 thoughts on “3.12”

  1. When it says, "solve for motion for the time interval 0 < t < 1.5s," should I plug 1.5 in for t for the very bottom row of x(t)? I'm just trying to clarify that I understand the phrasing, "solve for motion."

    1. "Solve for the motion" implies that you should find the function (in this case x(t)) that describes the motion. Stating a position function which is valid for the entire timespan is sufficient.

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