New to the forum, and ofcourse I type in Math help and up pops this great place!

I have an assignment due tomorrow and I cannot figure out this question... It is basic calc but not taking calc for over 10 years, I am rusty.

Could someone give me a hand with this question!!

Given the following equation for displacement:

S =S_{o }+ V_{o}T - 1/2(AT)^{2 }; Where S_{o}, V_{o }and A are constants.

Use the equation for the derivative to find V from the derivative of the displacement, and then A, from the derivative of velocity.

Any help with this would be great - If it can be broken down into steps so I can understand?

Thank you kindly....

-One frustrated student.

Jeff