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Learning Log #6

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1.6 HW

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Chapter 2 Limits & Derivatives Yeah! We begin Calculus

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EXAMPLE 1 If a ball is thrown into the air with an initial velocity of 60 ft/sec, its height (in feet) after seconds is given by a) Find the average velocity for the time period beginning when and lasting i).5 s. ii).1 s. iii).05 s. iv).01 s.

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Example 1: Numeric

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Example 1 continued

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Another way to calculate average velocity … We can calculate the velocity from time t =2 to some time slightly later t = 2+h

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continued …

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Slope of Tangent Line= Instantaneous velocity

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Example 2 The position of a car is given by the values in the table. a)Find the average velocity for the time period beginning when t=2 lasting… i) 3 sec ii) 2 sec iii) 1 sec t(seconds)012345 s(feet)0103270119178

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Guided practice #6 Large whiteboards

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Homework Pgs.89,90 (2,5) Due tomorrow

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