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A particle travels along the curve c(t) = (6t^36, 7t^24). If time t is measured in seconds and if the coordinates are measured in meters, then what is the particle's speed at time t=5?

(dc/dt)^2 = (dx/dt)^2 + (dy/dt)^2
now just plug and chug
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