Question #f736b

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Jul 12, 2016

Answer:

The equation for instantaneous velocity at a time #t# is the first derivative of position.

Explanation:

I am assuming the question is asking about the general concept of velocity for any moving object, as opposed to for a specific situation.

If a function #vecx(t)# describes an object's position at any time #t#, then the velocity will be the first derivative of #vecx(t)# with respect to time:
#vecv(t) = d/dt vecx(t)#