what is the first derivate of x(t)= Et^2 - Ft + G

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E and F and G would be constants just like numbers.
split it up into derivative of each term
differentiate each term individually

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I had Et + F + G but i was told it is wrong
do you know what \[\frac{d}{dt}G\] is, where G is a constant?
it becomes zero right ?
look, all you need to do is this: \[\frac{d}{dt}Et^2-\frac{d}{dt}Ft+\frac{d}{dt}G\]
and yes
How did you get +F from a -Ft? It would be a -F instead. Derivative of Et^2 is not Et Use power rule Derivative of \[ax^n\] where a is a constant is \[anx ^{n-1}\]
so the answer should be E 2t - F
\[\frac{dx}{dt} x(t)=Et^2-Ft+G=2Et-F\]
2ET would be better than E2t. Always good to have the number in front.

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