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10-133.

The velocity of a particle is given by $v(t) = t \cos(π t)$. Homework Help ✎

1. For what value(s) of $t$ is the particle at rest?

When $t = 0$ or $\cos(πt) = 0$.

2. What is the acceleration of the particle at $t = 2$?

a(t) = cos(πt) – t(π)sin(πt)

3. Write a function $x(t)$ for the position if $x(0) = 5$.

$s(t)=\int{v(t)dt}$

Use integration by parts. Let$f = f$ and $dg = \cos(πt)dt$.

$\int t\cos(\pi t)dt=\frac{t}{\pi}\sin(\pi t)-\frac{1}{\pi}\int\sin(\pi t)dt$

$=\frac{t}{\pi}\sin(\pi t)+\frac{1}{\pi^2}\cos(\pi t)+C$

Solve for $C$ given $x(0) = 5$.