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Homework Help: differential calculas

Posted by Preet on Monday, November 26, 2012 at 8:21pm.

A point moves along the curve that has the parametric equations:
x=9t^3- 〖6t〗^2 and y= 〖9t〗^3+27
x and y being in yards and t being in minutes. Find the magnitude and direction of the acceleration when t= 5/2.
Round answers to 3 significant figures.

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