A bit stuck on this one. The original equation is x = 1/3t^3 etc etc Do I set X equal to Y and t is pretty much X? And do I enter it in on my graphic calculator as such? A bit confused on the t=3 question too. Total distance isnt the point of (t,y) is it?
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Hello, minneola24! Solve . . Hence, at and , the particle stops and changes direction. . . The particle has moved units to the right. . . The particle has moved units to the left. The particle has traveled: units.
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