Calculus

An object with an initial position of x(0) = 3 has a velocity of v(t) =sin(t). Find its position at t =2.

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  1. x(t) = -cos t + c
    now you know that x(0) = 3, so plug in t=0 to find c.

    Then you can use t=2 to get x(2)

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  2. So the answer would be -cos(2)+4=4.416?

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  3. Looks good to me.

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