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CalculusQ&A LibraryA ball is thrown into the air by a baby alien on a planet in the system of Alpha Centauri with a velocity of 2323 ft/s. Its height in feet after tt seconds is given by y=23t−16t2y=23t−16t2. a.) Find the average velocity for the time period beginning when t0=1t0=1 second and lasting for the given time. t=.01t=.01 sec: t=.005t=.005 sec: t=.002t=.002 sec : t=.001t=.001 sec: b.) Estimate the instanteneous velocity when t=1t=1.Question

A ball is thrown into the air by a baby alien on a planet in the system of Alpha Centauri with a velocity of 2323 ft/s. Its height in feet after tt seconds is given by y=23t−16t2y=23t−16t2.**a.) **Find the average velocity for the time period beginning when t0=1t0=1 second and lasting for the given time.

t=.01t=.01 sec:

t=.005t=.005 sec:

t=.002t=.002 sec :

t=.001t=.001 sec:**b.) **Estimate the instanteneous velocity when t=1t=1.

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