The position of a softball tossed vertically upward is described by the equation y=c1(t)−c2(t^2), wherey is in meters,tin seconds,c1=6.71 m/s, and c2= 2.39 m/s^2. How would you find the acceleration at a specific t value?

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I did that and got 4.78 but apparently that is wrong

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