Derivitive of the X final equation?

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Homework Statement


The derivitive of the Xfinal=.5at2+Vinitialt+Xinitial


Homework Equations


Xfinal=.5at2+Vinitialt+Xinitial

Xfinal= Final distance
Xinitial= Initial distance
a= Acceleration
t= Time
Vinitial= Initial velocity


The Attempt at a Solution


I have attempted the problem but get stuck almost immediatly.

Homework Statement





Homework Equations





The Attempt at a Solution

 

Answers and Replies

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rl.bhat
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Here x(initial), v(initial) and acceleration are constant. So the derivative of the equation with respect to time is
d(xf)/dt = d(.5at^2)/dt + d(vi*t)/dt
 

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