# Integral Problem: (Pls show the consequences, thank you.)?

The acceleration of a moving point is given in terms of the time, t, by the following equations.

(a)f=2t;

(b)f=1-t²

(c)f=2t-t³

In each case find the distance travelled S in time t, assuming that the point is initially at rest and that S=0 when t=0.

The answers given are :

(a)t³/3;

(b)t²/2-t⁴/4;

(c)t³/3-t⁵/20.

(a)f=2t;

(b)f=1-t²

(c)f=2t-t³

In each case find the distance travelled S in time t, assuming that the point is initially at rest and that S=0 when t=0.

The answers given are :

(a)t³/3;

(b)t²/2-t⁴/4;

(c)t³/3-t⁵/20.

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