On 11/7/2002 12:50:00 AM, junglevan wrote:
>Given s=1+2t+t^2/4 [1,1+h]
>and find the velocity when
>t=1. I have worked the problem
>several times and continue to
>come up consistent answers,
>which are wrong by the way, I
>think I know how to come up
>with the avg. rate of change.
>I need to do this with out
>using the quotient rule. Thank
>you Dale
Why do you need the quotient rule? Aren't you simply supposed to find the derivative --
ds/dt=2+t/2?
TTFN