Hi there, I'm having a problem with this question, it seems like I'm doing everything perfect but still getting the wrong answer: 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data During a 29.4-s interval, the velocity of a rocket changes from 204m/s [fwd] to 508m/s [fwd]. Assuming constant acceleration, determine the displacement of the rocket during this time interval. 2. Relevant equations d=1/2(v1+v2)t 3. The attempt at a solution t=29.4s v2=508m/s [fwd] v1=204m/s [fwd] d=? d=1/2(204+508)x29.4 =4,468.8m This answer is wrong, the correct answer (based on the book) is 10500m [fwd] THANKS!