Consider an object moving along a line with the following

Consider an object moving along a line with the following velocities and initial positions.

a. Graph the velocity function on the given interval and determine when the object is moving in the positive direction and when it is moving in the negative direction.

b. Determine the position function, for t ≥ 0, using both the antiderivative method and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (Theorem 6.1). Check for agreement between the two methods. 

c. Graph the position function on the given interval.

v(t) = 6 - 2t on [0, 5]; s(0) = 0



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