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I was just reading my physics book and found this equation d/dt(a+bt^2)=2bt...It said something about calculus but had no explanation or formula. Can someone tell me about it?

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This is indeed calculus. You can learn more it here: http://www.khanacademy.org/math/calculus
have you studied calculus?
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nope
is this a college course?
11th
11th grade in high school?
You should also, be enrolled in Calculus 1 or what they call Calculus AB
They are using the "power rule" one of the most basic methods to take the derivative.
no, actually i have no idea about derivations and calculus. Calculus is in 12th maths class syllabus but it is used in 11th class physics(some of the formulas) I just wanted a basic idea about it.
well I would go to www.khanacademy.org he has many videos in the field that you are interested in good luck :)
thats NCERT for you right? or in other words,,CBSE? ;)
yes it is
hmmn,,i had gone through the same initially,,but leme tell you,,trust NCERT books,,they're the best!! no help-books or guides req when you have such a good book as ncert

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