Velocity is the rate of change of the position and the acceleration is the rate of change of velocity. If velocity function is v(t) and acceleration function is a(t) then;

`v(t) = (ds(t))/dt`

`a(t) = (dv(t))/dt`

v(t)

`= (ds(t))/dt`

`= (d(9t^2-2sqrt(2t+1)))/dt`

`= 18t-2*1/(2sqrt(2t+1))*2`

`= 18t-2/(sqrt(2t+1))`

`v(t) = 18t-2/(sqrt(2t+1))`

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Velocity is the rate of change of the position and the acceleration is the rate of change of velocity. If velocity function is v(t) and acceleration function is a(t) then;

`v(t) = (ds(t))/dt`

`a(t) = (dv(t))/dt`

v(t)

`= (ds(t))/dt`

`= (d(9t^2-2sqrt(2t+1)))/dt`

`= 18t-2*1/(2sqrt(2t+1))*2`

`= 18t-2/(sqrt(2t+1))`

`v(t) = 18t-2/(sqrt(2t+1))`

a(t)

`= (dv(t))/dt`

`= (d(18t-2/(sqrt(2t+1))))/dt`

`= 18-2*(-1/(2sqrt(2t+1))*2)/(2t+1)`

`= 18+2/((2t+1)sqrt(2t+1))`

`a(t) = 18+2/((2t+1)sqrt(2t+1))`

When accelaration is 0;

a(t) = 0

`18+2/((2t+1)sqrt(2t+1)) = 0`

`((2t+1)sqrt(2t+1)) = -9`

`((2t+1)sqrt(2t+1))^2 = (-9)^2`

`(2t+1)^3 = 81`

`2t+1 = 81^(1/3)`

`2t+1 = 4.326`

`t = 1.66`

Insantanius velocity `= (v(t))_(t=1.66) = 18(1.66)-2/(sqrt(2(1.66)+1))`

= 28.918 m/s

`s(t) = 9t^2-2sqrt(2t+1)`

`s(0) = 9(0)-2sqrt(0+1) = -1`

Distance from origin `= (s(t))_(t=1.66)-s(0) = (9(1.66)^2-2sqrt(2(1.66)+1))+1`

`= 21.643m`

*So when accelaration is zero the velocity of particle is 28.918m/s and distance from origin is 21.643m*