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    If z(t) (a<=t<=b) is the position function of a moving particle, what is the physical meaning of z'(t), |z'(t)|, |z'(t) dt|, and the integral from a to b of |z'(t) dt|?
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    Quote Originally Posted by frankdent1 View Post
    If z(t) (a<=t<=b) is the position function of a moving particle, what is the physical meaning of z'(t), |z'(t)|, |z'(t) dt|, and the integral from a to b of |z'(t) dt|?
    The first one gives the velocity ......
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