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# Theory and ExamplesThe acceleration of a particle moving ISBN: 9780321884077 57

## Solution for problem 80E Chapter 5.5

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Problem 80E

Problem 80E

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The acceleration of a particle moving back and forth on a line is for all t. If s = 0 and v = a when t = 0,find s when t = 1 sec.

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SOLUTION

Step 1

Here, we have to find the distance s when .

Given and and .

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