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# Integration by Parts and Motion in a Particle

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A particle is set in motion at time t=0 and moves to the right along the x-axis. (a) Suppose that its acceleration at time t is a=100e^(-1). Show that the particle moves infinitely far to the right along the x-axis. (b) Suppose that its acceleration at time t is a=100(1-t)e^(-1). Show that the particle never moves beyond a certain point to the right of its initial position and find that point. Explain why the particle "effectively" comes to a stop at that point.

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A particle is set in motion at time t=0 and moves to the right along the x-axis. (a) Suppose that its acceleration at time t is a=100e^(-1). Show that the particle moves infinitely far to the right along the x-axis. (b) Suppose that its acceleration at time t is ...

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This provides an example of working with integration by parts and a particle in motion in clearly calculated steps in an attachment.

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