If An Arrow Is Shot Upward On The Moon With A...

MisterBob

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If an arrow is shot upward on the moon with a velocity of 58m/s, its height (in meters) after t seconds is given by H=58t -0.83t2 Find the velocity of the arrow when t=a.

 

Answer No.1

Anonymous

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The derivative of height is velocity, so Velocity=58-1.66t and if t=a, then Velocity=58-1.66a

Answer No.2

AmericanProdigy

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H=58T-0.83T2 H'(T)=58-1.66T H'(A)=58-1.66A-----VELOCITY OFTHE ARROW

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