Posted by **Kris** on Friday, January 20, 2012 at 8:27pm.

So I have a particle that is moving along the x-axis. I have the acceleration equation, the velocity equation, and the position equation. I need to know what is the first time when t>0 that the particle returns to the origin?

My position function is x(t)=-cost-.5t+1

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