# Deriving velocity as a function if time

1. Sep 24, 2015

### shanepitts

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
Integrate:

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution
I tried to get rid of the velocity in the numerator on the left side to use the relevant equation but to no avail. Any tricks on how i can integrate this? Also, this a small part of a larger mechanics problem.

Thank you

2. Sep 24, 2015

### Orodruin

Staff Emeritus
Unless you tell us exactly how you tried to do that we cannot know where you went wrong. Another general tip is to use the forum LaTeX capability to write equations. It becomes much easier to read your posts and quote appropriate sections.

A tip related to your integral: What is d(t^2) expressed in t and dt?

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