Posted by **Brownie** on Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at 5:48pm.

Given s = 4t + 11t3, find the velocity when t = 1 s.

velocity in m/s =

My Answer:

S'=4+33t^2

=4+33

=4+33

=37

velocity in m/s = 37

Can you please confirm this is correct.

Thank you

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