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Velocity and Acceleration in Rectilinear Motion
A black particle moves along the
axis following
, where
is time. You can see its location and whether the velocity or acceleration changes sign. (We use
to show the path along the
axis without overlapping.)
Contributed by:
Jim Hill
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Velocity and Acceleration in Rectilinear Motion
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/VelocityAndAccelerationInRectilinearMotion/
Contributed by:
Jim Hill
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