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Homework Help: Differentiation with physics things!

  1. Nov 8, 2006 #1
    I'm a beginner with all the physics integrated in maths an need help with differentiation side of it. I know how to differentiate equations no bother but what if your asked the accelleration of a particle with velocity 630m s-1??Also struggling with differentiating equations with no constants??
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  3. Nov 8, 2006 #2
    If you are struggling with a particular problem, you can post it in the homework section.
  4. Nov 8, 2006 #3
    i think there is no concrete answer for that. 60 ms-1.
    u can't actually differentiate 60, without the particle velocity equation, do you?:confused:
    i that case, i think you will have to find it's overall time, t and divide 60 by t:cool:
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