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How do I draw a credible velocity vs. time graph using Locators?
This is partly a math question, partly a Mathematica question. For educational purposes, I'm making a simple demonstration to create a velocity over time graph from six locators. On the basis of ...
Jun 27 '13 at 14:22
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