Posted by **Dalton** on Tuesday, January 10, 2012 at 11:13am.

A particle travels along the x-axis so that its velocity is given by v(t)=cos3x for 0<(or equal to)t<(or equal to)5. When t=0, the particle is at x=5.

a. What is the smallest x-coordinate of the particle?

b. What is the total distance traveled?

c. At what t is the particle moving right?

This is from my antiderivative chapter. Pleas help!

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