In this video I show you how calculus methods are used to work out general motion in a straight line. If displacement s=f(t), then v=ds/dt, a=dv/dt, v=∫a dt and s=∫v dt.

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Kinematics : Linear Motion with Variable Acceleration : ExamSolutions Maths Revision

Example 1

Good example for you to try involving differentiation and integration methods. Last part is tricky!

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Kinematics : Linear Motion with Variable Acceleration - Summary Example : ExamSolutions

Example 2

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Linear Motion with Variable Acceleration ( Example) : ExamSolutions Maths Revision

Example 3

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Linear Motion with Variable Acceleration (Example) : ExamSolutions Maths Revision