Calculus
posted by Michelle .
position function is x(t)=(t1)^3 (2t3)
how do you find the velocity of the particle at nay time when t is greater or equal to 0?
i got the derivative equation (6t9)(t1)^2 + 2(t1)^3
but that is for all t.

Calculus 
drwls
Your formula is correct. All you have to do is apply if for positive t only.
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