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uhh, it's currently being updated. I'll read up on x-dot and see what I think is the answer.

What do you mean by x=2t is given in terms of velocity?

It's a parametric equation

okay, is that the full details?

if you have a y parameter and you are looking for the velocity it's defined differently.

Just a sec, I can post the few pages out of Hibbeler's book. Hold on.

Example 12.10 gives a lot of insight, but I'm still not completely clear on everything.

12.9 I mean

ohh - what are you having trouble with?

I think I'll go in and bug my instructor tomorrow morning :-)

instead of using x-dot try to use \(V_x\) if you are allowed to,

x-dot is a simple way of saying the change of x with relation to t.

Exactly

Alright. Good luck!

Let me know if you have any new insight :-)