Posted by **Peter** on Wednesday, May 14, 2008 at 6:51pm.

Thanks in advance for any help. I need help with this whole problem.

The distance s(t) between an object and its starting point is given by the antiderivative of the velocity function v(t). Find the distance between the object and its starting point after 15 seconds if v(t)=0.4t^2+6 meters per second.

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