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Homework Help: Calculus

Posted by Linda on Saturday, June 8, 2013 at 10:12pm.

If an arrow is shot straight up from the surface of the moon with an initial velocity of 100 ft/s, its height in feet after t second is given by s(t)=(100t)−(83/100)(t^2).
Use the limit definition of the derivative to find the answers to the following questions.

Find the velocity of the arrow when t=2.

Find the velocity of the arrow when t=a.

When will the arrow return to the moon's surface?

What will the velocity of the arrow be when it hits the surface?

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