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    average velocity from t=0 and t-3

    position of particle is given s=t^3 -12t^2 +45t+10

    Do subsitibe t=0 and t=3 into s=t^3 -12t^2 +45t+10 or into its derivative?

    s=t^3 -12t^2 +45t+10

    is s' =3t^2 -24t +45 = V(velocity)?
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    Re: average velocity from t=0 and t-3

    Quote Originally Posted by NeoSonata View Post
    position of particle is given s=t^3 -12t^2 +45t+10

    Do subsitibe t=0 and t=3 into s=t^3 -12t^2 +45t+10 or into its derivative?

    s=t^3 -12t^2 +45t+10

    is s' =3t^2 -24t +45 = V(velocity)?
    s(3) - s(0), divided by (3 - 0), represents the average velocity.
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