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CalculusQ&A LibraryThe distance (in feet) of an object from a point is given by s(t)=−5t^2+1, where t is in seconds. Round your answer to two decimal places.What is the average velocity of the object between t=1.5 and t=6?By using smaller and smaller intervals around 1.5, estimate the instantaneous velocity at time t=1.5.Question

The distance (in feet) of an object from a point is given by s(t)=−5t^2+1, where t is in seconds. Round your answer to two decimal places.

What is the average velocity of the object between t=1.5 and t=6?

By using smaller and smaller intervals around 1.5, estimate the instantaneous velocity at time t=1.5.

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