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CalculusQ&A Library24. Distance traveled The accompanying table shows time-to- speed data for a sports car accelerating from rest to 130 mph. How far had the car traveled by the time it reached this speed? (Use trapezoids to estimate the area under the velocity curve, but be careful: The time intervals vary in length.) Time (sec) Speed change 2.2 Zero to 30 mph 40 mph 3.2 50 mph 4.5 60 mph 5.9 70 mph 7.8 10.2 80 mph 12.7 90 mph 100 mph 16.0 20.6 110 mph 26.2 120 mph 130 mph 37.1Question

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