The equations for free fall at the surfaces of
Venus and Jupiter (s in meters, t in seconds)
are s = 4.435 t^2 on Venus and s = 12.975 t^2
on Jupiter.

(a) How long does it take a rock falling from rest to reach a velocity of27.8 \ \mathrm{m/s}
(about 100 \ \mathrm{km/hr} ) on each planet?

On Venus: seconds

On Jupiter: seconds

(b) Using derivatives, what is the acceleration due to gravity on each planet?

On Venus: \mathrm{m/s^2}

On Jupiter: \mathrm{m/s^2}

(a) How long does it take a rock falling from rest to reach a velocity of

On Venus:

On Jupiter:

(b) Using derivatives, what is the acceleration due to gravity on each planet?

On Venus:

On Jupiter:

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