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posted by Brownie .
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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