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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Using Limits to Find Velocities
Using Limits to Find Velocities
Using Limits to Find Velocities
Using Limits to Find Velocities