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Exam-Style Questions on Calculus

Problems on Calculus adapted from questions set in previous exams.


IB Standard

A particle P moves along a straight line. The velocity \(v\) in metres per second of P after \(t\) seconds is given by \(v(t) = 3\sin{t} - 8t^{\cos{t}}, 0 \le t \le 7\).

(a) Find the initial velocity of P.

(b) Find the maximum speed of P.

(c) Write down the number of times that the acceleration of P is 0 ms-2.

(d) Find the acceleration of P at a time of 5 seconds.

(e) Find the total distance travelled by P.

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