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Posted by **Jacob** on Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 3:27pm.

g(t)=square root of 7t+5

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**Steve**, Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 6:42pmg = (7t+5)^1/2

g' = 1/2 (7t+5)^-1/2 * 7 = 7/2 (7t+5)^-1/2

g'' = (7/2)(-1/2)(7t+5)^-3/2 (7) = -49/4 (7t+5)^-3/2

g''' = (-49/4)(-3/2)(7t+5)^-5/2 (7) = 1029/8 (7t+5)^-5/2

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