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I tried doing this and got the wrong answer, please explain step bystep A particle moves along a straight line with equation of motions = f(t), where s is measuredin meters and t in seconds. Find the velocity and speedwhen t = 2. f(t) = t-1 - t velocity m/s speed |

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V = ds/dt = -1/t2 - 1 velocity at t = 2 s = -5/4 m/s = -1.25m/s speed = 1.25 m/s |

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