# Physics

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At time t = 0, a hockey puck is sent sliding in the +x direction over a frozen lake, directly into a strong wind. Figure 2-13 gives the velocity v of the puck versus time, as the puck moves along a single axis. (The time axis is marked in increments of 1.0 s.) At t = 10. s, what is its position relative to its position x = 0 at t = 0?

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