Sorry to ask a stupid question but in the second lecture (Kinematics) there was this equation (x = 8 - 6t + t2) and i never studied this before, could some one explain how to solve this, Thank you

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x is the displacement. it is given as a function of time 't'. now velocity v=dx/dt differentiate the given function w.r.t time, you will get the velocity. if you need to find acceleration, differentiate it again.

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