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This is my first post so I hope this doesn't break any rules, to the best of my knowledge it doesnt, but let me know.

i am curently revising for a maths exam and i am practising questions on velocity.

how should i go about calculating a questoin in the form

v= e^t

at what value of t does the particle have a velocity of x ?

I have removed the numbers so that you guys arent answering the actual question for me. I am unsure if the question can still be answered as i have written it , if not i will post the actual figures.

also just to check an answer I have calculated ( I think):

find the acceleration of a particle whose velocity

*v*=e^3t-2 at t=1

My answer acceleration

*T*= 1 m/s^2

thanks