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    finding maximum speed of a particle in a time interval

    Let be the position function of a particle moving along a coordinate line, where s is in feet and t is in seconds.
    Find the maximum speed of the particle during the time interval
    The maximum speed is ft/s.
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    Re: finding maximum speed of a particle in a time interval

    all the links to images in all your posts do not show ... please "go advanced" and proof your posts before posting. Thank you.
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