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Homework Help: calculus

Posted by Kenneth on Saturday, November 22, 2008 at 4:57pm.

Two runners, A and B run on a straight race track for 0</=t</=10 seconds. The graph below, which consists of two line segments, shows the velocity, in meters per second, of runner A. The velocity of runner B, in meters per second, is given by the function v defined by v(t)=24t/2t+3/

Although I can't post the graph, there are two points labeled, (3,10) and (10,10).

ind the velocity of runner A and runner B at t=2 seconds. I know you can't see the graph, but is there any way you could guide me on how to do this problem?? thank you

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