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    Re: Determine the position function given the velocity function

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    I understand that s(0) = 0 is the starting point, but how did we arrive at the constant being equal to 3, that is the part Im just not quite getting
    s(3)=-3e^{-3}+6-3\ne 3
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    Re: Determine the position function given the velocity function

    note that 3e^0 = 3
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    Re: Determine the position function given the velocity function

    My computer is retarded, didnt see the replies till after I posted...Thanks everyone for your help with this!!!
    Last edited by JDS; December 2nd 2012 at 03:21 PM. Reason: just saw updated responses
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