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芒果牛奶
this is clear and succint! fxck I love it❤❤❤
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Saintseer
if this was the position of particle has it already stopped?
Comment from : Saintseer


Anonymous Otter
My teacher didn't explain everything, but this video makes it all super clear! Thanks!
Comment from : Anonymous Otter


Haimanti Ghosh
Awesome
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Jeetender Kakkar
Beggat
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Celsius Fahrenheit
For the distance traveled I get 52 when taking the definite integral of the velocity for x=0 to 4, oh never mind, I forgot to wrap the function with an absolute value function, it's all good, thx!!!
Comment from : Celsius Fahrenheit


Harsimrat Dhaliwal
goat talk
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Kumaresh R
Simple and easily understandable
Comment from : Kumaresh R


Abena Frimpomaa
God bless u deari love it
Comment from : Abena Frimpomaa


Anastasia, An Autodidact
It's pretty fun & understandable but I have trouble putting my hand on how on earth a derivative turns into another function graphically I mean, isn't a derivative basically the slope of two points approaching each other almost becoming one? Till we get the rise/run of just one point or the slope of the tangent? brHow do I derive one point then??? brI expect the answer: because it turns into another function brBut speaking in a realistic manner, how does that happen & why? brIt just magically turns into acceleration/time? With totally different points on the graph?????brIsn't acceleration just d/t/t ? brHow can it be "derived" from sth else?
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Wilhelm Louis Friedrich von Gondolin
if it were 'displacement', then it would be 52m for the last question, since from 3s to 4s it travels -2m
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huiyen lo
Thanks for the lesson!
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WAR
I love your videos!!!
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M
Is this kinematics
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Armando Torres
this is a great example but I find like the marker some of the numbers look like something else other than the number youre writing
Comment from : Armando Torres


Louise Marie Nietes
Now I know where it came from
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Louise Marie Nietes
Where did t raised to 3 minus 12 t raised to 2 plus 45 t came from?
Comment from : Louise Marie Nietes


Keke V
out of all the videos i watched today he made sense ! thank you
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Qien Lin
Thank you for the great content You really helped me a lot! THANK YOUUUUU!!!! <3
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Ali Alamri
kill me now
Comment from : Ali Alamri


Lluvik
Where can i find examples like these to practice?
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Lluvik
Question: is the v(t) equal to the derrivitive of s(t) because v = the slope of s in the movement graphs? Im asking this because I know that when you get the derrivitive of something you are working out a function to work out the slope of the graph
Comment from : Lluvik


Wyatt Ramos
for those who were confused at 3:52 , the 4 isn't negative because you cant have negative time
Comment from : Wyatt Ramos


xrisku
I know too many THIRD DERIVATIVES I just laughed
Comment from : xrisku


Sasha
Thanks, I needed help with physics and this really helped
Comment from : Sasha


Kai
Thank you so much! I didn't know about ways you could test if the velocity was positive or negative
Comment from : Kai


Ambuj Patel Music
such a long video only for this 😔
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Patrick Gui
Thank U so much 😍😍😍
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david milse
The new difinition for the nature of light : on  SALEH THEORY group's youtube chanel: Saleh Theory-com
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Lexyvil
Great lesson!brAlso, why is position labeled as 's' instead of 'x'?brbrBeautiful and clear handwriting by the way Helps memorize
Comment from : Lexyvil


Akash Desai
When you are calculating distance direction doesn't matter you don't have to use velocity to find total distance You could have just plugged it into the distance formula and added them up as the answer still would've been 56m
Comment from : Akash Desai


hisham hashim
thank you
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Stebin Alex
very helpful, thanks
Comment from : Stebin Alex


Tabatha Dalponte
You just saved my calc grade missed a few days n have a test tomorrow Thanks
Comment from : Tabatha Dalponte


Lord Menkind
Just a compliment: Your voice is very teacher like, it's very easy going and makes you feel relaxed when you're learning!brbrThanks for the video !! :D
Comment from : Lord Menkind


Shivang Srivastava
informative!brbut you may simply want to confirm reversal of direction by ensuring double derivate of displacement fn as non zero, instead of cross checking in the disp prime fn
Comment from : Shivang Srivastava


saad alabdali
tanks that was helpful
Comment from : saad alabdali


veronica wicker
I need to solve a word problem that doesn't give me an equation How do I write one from speed and acceleration given?
Comment from : veronica wicker


Ronald Washington
thank you so much, i loved how you explained that :)
Comment from : Ronald Washington


David Erwin
wait Your (v)=0 at 3 and 5 don't you need to figure out the distance traveled between 4 and 5 not 3 and 4
Comment from : David Erwin


Rubie Teffeteller
thank you so much calculus has already cause 2 of my mental breakdowns missed one class due to some unforseen things, of course which they covered all this stuff that day - came back the next day and was completely blindsided you explained this very well and clearly thank you much ;)
Comment from : Rubie Teffeteller


hana tekle
funny how it took this one vid to clear upmost of the things i been struggling trough in calcthanks so much
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Jose Rivera
Great Video 👍
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Ileini Ofahengaue
This helped so much Thank you !
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