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The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
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Example 1

Brooke is strolling through the forest. Her velocity East is given by the following graph:

(a) At what time(s) is Brooke not moving?

(b) On what time interval(s) is Brooke moving East?

(c) On what time interval(s) is Brooke moving West?

(d) At what time(s) is Brooke moving most rapidly East?

(e) At what time(s) is Brooke moving most rapidly West?

(f) At what time(s) is Brooke moving most rapidly?

(g) On what time interval(s) is Brooke speeding up?

(h) On what time interval(s) is Brooke slowing down?


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