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    HELP!!! Graphing Velocity just using the position graph.

    I have a problem before me with the position graph, and I am trying to find the velocity using it. I know I have to plot the slopes, but I'm not sure how to connect it all together. It is really confusing. Anyone know how?

    Also, I'm having some trouble with Marginal Cost and Marginal Revenue. We're also doing the Chain Rule and Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions currently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tehpager View Post
    I have a problem before me with the position graph, and I am trying to find the velocity using it. I know I have to plot the slopes, but I'm not sure how to connect it all together. It is really confusing. Anyone know how?

    Also, I'm having some trouble with Marginal Cost and Marginal Revenue. We're also doing the Chain Rule and Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions currently.
    You are slim chance of getting help when your questions are so vague. You need to post the actual question.
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