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Posted by **Belinda** on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 at 12:22am.

- calculus -
**johnathon**, Tuesday, September 27, 2011 at 3:11amthe velocity at time t is the derivative.

the derivative of s(t) with respect to t =

-A*sin(ùt + ä)(t) assuming that everything but t and s(t) are constent.

to find out when the velocity is 0 we just have to set the derivative = to 0 and solve for t so it looks like the velocity is 0 whent t=0 -A=0 or sin(u*t+a)=0

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