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An object moving in one dimension follows the trajectory as
7(t) = (7t- 3t +1)î (m)
%3D
Find the acceleration vector at time that makes the velocity vector zero.
26 (m/s)
88 (m/s?)
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An object moving in one dimension follows the trajectory as 7(t) = (7t- 3t +1)î (m) %3D Find the acceleration vector at time that makes the velocity vector zero. 26 (m/s) 88 (m/s?)

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