Posted by **Kieran** on Wednesday, August 29, 2012 at 3:58pm.

if the velocity can be expressed as

v(t)=1-∛t what is the acceleration function.

so i started by bringing in acceleration formula a=v1-vo/t1-to

took my velocity function and found the derivative. v=-1/3t^2/3 have i started it correct so far and where do i go from here besides just plugging it into the acceleration form

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