The derivative of is

Since , we're looking for when (this is because 200 km/hr = 500/9 m/s). Then you can find the distance traveled in that time.2.This is a problem involving an airplane taking off...Suppose that the distance an aircraft travels along a runway before takeoff is given by D = (10/9)t^2 where D is measured in meters from the starting point and t is measured in seconds from the time the brakes are released. The aircraft will become airborne when its speed reaches 200 km/h. How long will it take to become airborne, and what distance will it travel in that time?

The problem I have with this is I do not know where to start nor end.

Note my correction in red. Otherwise, everything else is correct.3.A particle moves on a coordinate line such that it has a position

s = 2t^3 - 4t^2 + 7 on the interval 0 =< t =< 3, with s measured in meters and t measured in seconds. Find the particle's velocity and acceleration at the endpoints of the interval. This is what i got.

s'(t) = 6t^2 - 8t

s''(t) = 12t - 8

v(0) = 6(0)^2 - 8(0) = 0 m/sec.

v(3) = 54 - 24 = 30 m/sec

A(0) = 12(0) - 8 = -8 m/sec^2

A(3) = 12(3) - 8 = 28 m/sec^2

I just need to know if this is right.

is a constant, where . Thus the derivative of is zero.4.I am suppose to find the derivative of 2t^(3/2) + 3e^2

e is the natural log.

I know the first part is 3t^(1/2), but i do not know about the second part. The answer in the book said just 3t^(1/2). But I thought that I am suppose to get something for an answer for the second part and this is where i got confused.

Thank you in advance.

So the answer in the book is correct.

Does this make sense?