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anonymous
 one year ago
he formula below gives V, the velocity in feet per second of a falling object t seconds after it has been dropped.
V(t) = 32t
If a rock is dropped off a bridge, how fast will it be falling after 3 seconds?
A. 64 feet per second
B. 96 feet per second
C. 35 feet per second
D. 128 feet per second
anonymous
 one year ago
he formula below gives V, the velocity in feet per second of a falling object t seconds after it has been dropped. V(t) = 32t If a rock is dropped off a bridge, how fast will it be falling after 3 seconds? A. 64 feet per second B. 96 feet per second C. 35 feet per second D. 128 feet per second

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SolomonZelman
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0You are given that formula: \(V(t)=32\cdot t\) What this formula means is that your velocity V(t), at the time of t seconds, will be 32 times that t. So for example if I wanted to find the velocity after 5 seconds (at t=5), then I would plug in 5 into the formula: \(V(5)=32\times 5=160\)

SolomonZelman
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0You need to do the same, but in your case after 3 seconds (at t=3).
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