Below is the graph of a car's velocity with respect to time once the brakes are applied.

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Below is the graph of a car's velocity with respect to time once the brakes are applied.

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Below is the graph of a car's velocity with respect to time once the brakes are applied.

- (a) If we call the above curve g(t), create accumulation function f(x) which represents the distance
- traveled by the car after the brakes are applied. (b) Approximate the car's braking distance using upper sums and the trapezoidal rule.

a.) The area beneath the velocity function equals the distance traveled. Therefore the correct function would be…

b.) Upper Sum:

In order to do an upper sum, we must use a left riemann sum.

N=6;

Trap Sum:

n=6;