# Thread: Acceleration as a function of time.

1. ## 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

2. Originally Posted by LukeEvans
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.

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

Note if you click go advanced at the bottom then his the

TEX button or the right above the windows then put the above code in you will get the Latex to render.