Integral calculus
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A particle is put inside an accelerator at time t=0. After t sec, its velocity is 10^5t^2 m/s. How far does the particle move during the first 10**2 sec?
distance= int velocity dt
= INT 1E5 t^2 dt
limits 0 to 1E2 sec
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