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posted by juan .
Let s
ct
3
, where c
1.0 m/s
3
. Compute the average
speed over the time intervals t1
1.0 10
1
s, t2
1.0
10
2
s, and t3
1.0 10
3
s, with all time intervals
starting at the time t
1.0000 s. What is the instantaneous speed at t
1.0000 s

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