When does the particle first come to rest after t=0

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- Jul 10th 2006, 03:58 AMnath_quamParticle

When does the particle first come to rest after t=0

Thanks Nath - Jul 10th 2006, 05:45 AMmalaygoelQuote:

Originally Posted by**nath_quam**

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Malay - Jul 10th 2006, 02:57 PMnath_quamJust Quickly
Could someone please check the above as when i graphed the velocity graph i got the first point at approx 0.95 could someone show me how to prove this exact?

Thanks Nath - Jul 10th 2006, 03:12 PMdmoranQuote:

Originally Posted by**nath_quam**

Edit: Now that I look at it, I wonder if Malay should've set it equal to pi since that's the next time it equals 0.

Dave - Jul 10th 2006, 03:28 PMnath_quamQuote:

Originally Posted by**malaygoel**

By using

doesn't that find the second point

can't we use

and finish with

Thanks Nath - Jul 10th 2006, 04:07 PMgalactus
You're correct Nath, it

*first*comes to rest(assuming it's moving along the positive x-axis) at

Left of the y-axis, it first comes to rest at

Add or subtract multiples of to arrive at any subsequent extrema. The corresponding y values are -2 or 2. - Jul 10th 2006, 05:55 PMmalaygoelQuote:

Originally Posted by**dmoran**

I always run into problems when dealing with trigonometric values, I am more comfortable with variables.

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Malay - Jul 10th 2006, 05:57 PMnath_quam
Thanks for your help everyone makes mistakes

- Jul 10th 2006, 05:57 PMdmoranQuote:

Originally Posted by**malaygoel**

Dave - Jul 10th 2006, 06:00 PMmalaygoelQuote:

Originally Posted by**nath_quam**

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Malay - Jul 11th 2006, 04:01 AMgalactus
It's easy to overlook the little things. Anyone who has done math knows that.

I do it all the time.