Posted by **anthony** on Thursday, February 17, 2011 at 4:49am.

in a time of t seconds, a particle moves a distance pf s meters from it's starting point, where s=3t^2 Find the ave velocity between t =1 and t=1+h if....

a) h=.1 b)h+.01 c)h=.001

Which approximation is closest to the EXACT derivative at ...t=1?

Estimate the exact derivative at t=1?

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