Need help with acceleration/time physics...
unknown Wrote:yeah but the idea of v-bar, average time for an entire journey is not derived from calculus, neithe was anything in my post. (the one that I didnt make a stupid mistake in that is)
The fact that you use an average velocity over an infitesimal period of time to approximate a function is calculus. When you use the "average" velocity formula in a numerical integrator, it becomes trapezoidal integration.
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Need help with acceleration/time physics... - DoG - Jan 21, 2007 03:42 AM
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