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the displacement (in meters) of an object is give by [equation given] where 't' is the time in seconds. a) find the average velocity for t=1 to t=4 b) find the instantaneous velocity at t=3

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    \[\huge s(t)= 2t^2+3t+1 \]

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    Can u find s'(t)

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  3. burhan101 Group Title
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    no this is for a advanced function's class i am not allowed to use calc :(

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  4. sauravshakya Group Title
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    Then find s(4) and s(1)

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    So, average velocity for t=1 and t=4 is {s(4)-s(1)}/(4-1)

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    can u find it?

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    I'm sorry, but how are you expected to do this without calculus?

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