The math word "motion" is referenced in the pages listed below.
If we are given the acceleration function and the initial velocity and position, using antiderivatives we can then find velocity and position. Interactive calculus applet.
Using calculus to understand the motion of an object along a straight line. Interactive calculus applet.
Using calculus to understand the motion of an object in two dimensions on a flat plane. Interactive calculus applet.
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