B find the acceleration after 4 s 24 ms 2 c find the

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(b) Find the acceleration after4s.24m/s
(c) Find the acceleration when the velocity is 0.
2s=t327t,
14.3/3 points |Previous AnswersSCalcET7 3.1.058.Where does the normal line to the parabolaat the pointintersect the parabola a second time?Illustrate with a sketch.
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15.7/7 points |Previous AnswersSCalcET7 3.1.069.Consider the following function.(a)$$2xif |x| >2$$−2xif |x| <2For what values ofxis the function not differentiable? (Enter your answers as a comma­separated list.)(x) = |x24|Find a formula forf '.f '(x) =
(b) Sketch the graph off.f(x) = |x24|Find a formula forf '.f '(x) =
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16.1/1 points |Previous AnswersSCalcET7 3.1.501.XP.Differentiate the following function.
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19.2/2 points |Previous AnswersSCalcET7 3.2.004.Differentiate.g'(x) =$$5ex(2x+12√x)g(x) =5exx

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