Posted by **Anonymous** on Sunday, February 6, 2011 at 2:20pm.

1.If a body moves in a straight line according to the law s= 24t +3t^2 - t³, where s is the distance measured in meters from the origin and t is the time in seconds after it starts to move, calculate the body’s velocity as a function of time.

a.v = 30t – 3t²

b.v= 30t - t²

c.v = 24 + 3t- t^2

d.v = 24 +6t -3t²

I think it's D but also confused by A

2.what is the velocity of the body in question 10 when t = 3seconds?

a.15 m/s

b.27 m/s

c.63 m/s

d.81 n/s

I think it's A but confused it might by C.

can you help me .

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