Some problems here ( Im running out of time )

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  • the object is affected by force which is accelerating it. If it affects object by time \(\displaystyle t\) the object will move by distance of \(\displaystyle s = 2t^2\) What is the average speed between 2 and 3 seconds?

  • For function \(\displaystyle y = f(x)\) is \(\displaystyle f(3) = 2\) and \(\displaystyle f'(3) = -1\) what is it?

I will post other problems here if I got problems. I need to be done with them in 3 days so I will do the ones I can and give others to you. With this cooperation I can accomplish the mission.
 

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  • the object is affected by force which is accelerating it. If it affects object by time \(\displaystyle t\) the object will move by distance of \(\displaystyle s = 2t^2\) What is the average speed between 2 and 3 seconds?
average speed = (change in distance)/(change in time)

  • For function \(\displaystyle y = f(x)\) is \(\displaystyle f(3) = 2\) and \(\displaystyle f'(3) = -1\) what is it?
f(x) could be many functions ... any other info besides the values of f(3) and f'(3) ?

I will post other problems here if I got problems. I need to be done with them in 3 days so I will do the ones I can and give others to you.

be sure you show an attempt on the "others" to receive help ...

With this cooperation I can accomplish the mission.
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mr fantastic

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  • the object is affected by force which is accelerating it. If it affects object by time \(\displaystyle t\) the object will move by distance of \(\displaystyle s = 2t^2\) What is the average speed between 2 and 3 seconds?
  • For function \(\displaystyle y = f(x)\) is \(\displaystyle f(3) = 2\) and \(\displaystyle f'(3) = -1\) what is it?
I will post other problems here if I got problems. I need to be done with them in 3 days so I will do the ones I can and give others to you. With this cooperation I can accomplish the mission.
Time limits suggest deadlines. Deadlines suggest work that counts towards a final grade. MHF policy is to not knowingly help with work that counts towards a student's final grade. It's meant to be the work of the student, not the work of others.

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