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The position of a particle at time t is s(t) = t3 + 4t
over the time interval [2, 6] and estimate the instantaneous velocity at t = 2
Compute the average velocity
(Give your answers as whole numbers.)
average velocity over [2, 6]:
instantaneous velocity:
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The position of a particle at time t is s(t) = t3 + 4t over the time interval [2, 6] and estimate the instantaneous velocity at t = 2 Compute the average velocity (Give your answers as whole numbers.) average velocity over [2, 6]: instantaneous velocity:

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Obtain the average velocity of the given parti...

The average velocity is given bv S(b)- s(a)
b-a
s(t) is the position function and [a, b] is the given interval
4 and the time interval is [2,6
Here s()
s(6)-s(2)
6 2
Average velocity
(6-4(6)-(-4(2)
4
192 0
4
192
4
48
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The average velocity is given bv S(b)- s(a) b-a s(t) is the position function and [a, b] is the given interval 4 and the time interval is [2,6 Here s() s(6)-s(2) 6 2 Average velocity (6-4(6)-(-4(2) 4 192 0 4 192 4 48

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