The position of a car, in metres, at time t, in seconds, is modelled by s(t)=3t^2+10t. Find its velocity at t=10.

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The position of a car, in metres, at time t, in seconds, is modelled by s(t)=3t^2+10t. Find its velocity at t=10.

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replace t by 10 2)solve
I think it's instantaneous velocity, d/dt(3t^2+10t)
mhmhm then ignore that ;3

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dy/dt = 6t+10
Would I just have to replace t by 10? using this equation?
What are you trying to find, Instantaneous Velocity or Average Velocity?
The question only says to find the velocity at t=10.
What grade are you in?
12
Most likely your finding Inst Velocity.. do you know what is a derivative ?
Would it be 2(3t) + 10t?
Yes.. but drop the t from the 10... -> 2(3t)+10
Then I just plug in 10 for t?
yes...
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