28 Jan '06 20:54

so a math problem that i'm having trouble with. somebody please help. this isn't the entire problem...just the part a can't figure out.

so along the curve y=sin(x) the velocity of an object is described as V=1+5cos^2(x^2). How does one determine the time it takes for the object to move between two points. Specifically between the two points in which the curve y=sin(x) intersects y=x^2 (which is 0 and .8767)

Thanking whoever can help with this bastard in advance. Mahalo nui. NN

so along the curve y=sin(x) the velocity of an object is described as V=1+5cos^2(x^2). How does one determine the time it takes for the object to move between two points. Specifically between the two points in which the curve y=sin(x) intersects y=x^2 (which is 0 and .8767)

Thanking whoever can help with this bastard in advance. Mahalo nui. NN