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    Acceleration as a function of time.

    Thank you for previous help.

    I have a further question. I have an object who's acceleration is

    a = 4e^2t + 2

    How would I integrate this? My best guess is

    \int 4e^2t + 2 = 2e^2t + C
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    Quote Originally Posted by LukeEvans View Post
    Thank you both for your input.

    I have a further question. I have an object who's acceleration is

    a = 4e^2t + 2

    How would I integrate this? My best guess is

    \int 4e^2t + 2 = 2e^2t + C
    Yes this is correct.

    v(t)=2e^{2t}+2t+c

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