**@bowmanimal**, his blog is http://bowmandickson.com/, for giving me the instructions and project with the geogebra. Below is the assignment as well as some of the pictures I recieved.

__Integration Project__
1. Create
an equation for the velocity of a particle at any time

*t,*stating the initial position, which cannot equal 0. The equation must include all of:
·
A polynomial function

·
Rational function –Chain rule must be
applied

·
Trigonometric function

a. Determine,
using appropriate sums of rectangles, an over and under estimation of the
displacement of the particle in the first 10 seconds.

i.

**Explain**how this estimation could be made more exact.
b. Determine
the

**exact**displacement of the particle for the first 10 seconds, and then determine the**exact**location of the particle after 10 seconds.
c. Determine
the average acceleration of the particle from 0. Illustrate how your answer could have been
determined by the graphs.

2. Complete
a picture using geogebra with at least 5 areas calculated by hand.

And here is what one looks like after the lines are removed.

Instructions for Geogebra:

Nice activity. Thanks for sharing.

ReplyDeleteGreat activity and very clear geogebra instructions - excellent stuff!

ReplyDeleteAwesome. Using next year for sure!

ReplyDeletewhat was the criterion on which they where graded for the second problem ?

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