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The position of a moving particle is given s(t)=2t^3-21t^2+60t where distance is measured in ft & time in secs. Find the acceleration of the particle at t=5

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  1. anonymous
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    acceleration is the double derivative of the position function, then just plug in 5 for t.

  2. anonymous
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    how do you a double derivate

  3. anonymous
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    like 12t-42?

  4. anonymous
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    yes like that then just plug in 5 for t

  5. anonymous
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    thanks!

  6. anonymous
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    np

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