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Suppose the speed of a car approaching a stop sign is given by v(t) (t-19)2, for 0sts 19, where t is measured in seconds and v(t) is
measured in meters per second.
a. Find v'(18)
b. Interpret the physical meaning of this quantity.
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Transcribed Image Text:Suppose the speed of a car approaching a stop sign is given by v(t) (t-19)2, for 0sts 19, where t is measured in seconds and v(t) is measured in meters per second. a. Find v'(18) b. Interpret the physical meaning of this quantity.
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