Posted by **kristin** on Tuesday, August 25, 2009 at 9:25pm.

compute the average velocity of a stone over time intervals

1, 1.01

1, 1.001

1, 1.0001

and

.99,1

.999,1

.9999,1.

use this to estimate instantaneous velocity at t=1

All i can figure out the formula should be s(t1)-s(t0) over t1-t0

how does that give you a number what am i missing

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