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# 9.5 Integrating Vector-Valued Functions

Sumi Vora

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## Displacement

Similarly, we can take integrals of vector-valued functions simply by taking the integrals of the individual x- and y-components. We use integrals either to backwards along the position-velocity-acceleration chain or to calculate displacement.Β
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