anonymous
  • anonymous
The distance covered by an object is governed by the expression x3 + 3x2 + 2x. If the time taken to cover this distance is given by x + 1, what is the expression that governs the speed of the object? x2+2x x2+2x−1x+1 x+2 x2+1x+1
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anonymous
  • anonymous
We know that distance = rate*time They give you the factor of time. That means you need to find the rate. You must divide the distance expression by the time expression to find the rate, or speed.
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
Distance = Rate * Time Rate = Distance / Time Give it a go.
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  • anonymous
could u tell me exactly what my problem should look like

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my teachers usually write out the problem for me as I am dyslexic I cant right things out without a struggle please set up the problem for me would be much appreciated

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