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Using Limits to Find Velocities

Using Limits to Find Velocities
Using Limits to Find Velocities
Using Limits to Find Velocities
Using Limits to Find Velocities
Using Limits to Find Velocities
Using Limits to Find Velocities
Using Limits to Find Velocities
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This worksheet asks students to analyze the graph of a position function. Then, given a position function, the student is asked to calculate the average velocity over an interval and an instantaneous velocity at a specific time. Next, the student is asked to graph a position function, estimate the instantaneous velocity at a point, and then calculate the instantaneous velocity. Finally, the student is asked several questions about a baseball being thrown straight up in the air.

This is appropriate for both AP Calculus AB and BC.

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