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this is physics. use that forum.

im learning this in calculus

oh cool. calc AB or BC. that determines how to do this.

idk. its my first calc class. its the intro course.

uhhh... do you know how to differentiate? or take limits?

we just started doing that in class. not too keen on it yet.

i dont know what it means to differentiate

i thought you just plug in for T?

can you show me how to do that?

v(t) = dh/dt = -32t + 14

v(0) = 0 + 14

Therefore , Answer = 14

derivative of a constant = 0

think of it as 1*t^0

|dw:1327531319590:dw|

|dw:1327531370597:dw|

|dw:1327531709121:dw|

and then plug zero for the first T of course to get the right answer