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sometimes I am slow accepting answers, but I will eventually


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accepted Kinematics, why must the final velocity be 50km/hr?
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comment Kinematics, why must the final velocity be 50km/hr?
Unless $V'(t) > 0$, h=which I guess I can make that assumption.
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comment Kinematics, why must the final velocity be 50km/hr?
It can be achieved at any $t \in [0, t_f]$
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comment Kinematics, why must the final velocity be 50km/hr?
What I mean is that despite compactness of the time interval (and EVT), I don't necessary have a $t_f$ that achieves the maximum.
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comment Kinematics, why must the final velocity be 50km/hr?
But maximum does not necessarily mean it will be attained. I thought of this as well, but it wrong.
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comment Kinematics, why must the final velocity be 50km/hr?
Why down vote? You don't need to really read the beginnings of the paper, it won't offer much insight.
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asked Kinematics, why must the final velocity be 50km/hr?