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This following applet is Constant acceleration in 1D x(t)/v(t)
Created by prof Hwang Modified by Ahmed
Original project Constant acceleration in 1D x(t)/v(t)

Set up the initial velocity and acceleration and press "play" to simulation your cases.
You can drag the tiger to change its initial position.

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