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Posted by merve on Sunday, October 16, 2011 at 3:39am.

A lunar lander is descending toward the moon's surface. Until the lander reaches the surface, its height above the surface of the moon is given by y\left( t \right) = b - ct + dt^2, where b = 740 m is the initial height of the lander above the surface, c = 64.0 m/s, and d = 1.03 m/s^2.What is the velocity of the lander just before it reaches the lunar surface? please answer quikly.

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