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Calculus 3: Vector Calculus: Motion in Plane (14 of 15) Finding the Acceleration Ex. 2

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In this video I will find the acceleration vector a(t)=? given the position vector r(t)=(e^t)i+(e^-t)j for t=0 where the position vector in terms of the tangential acceleration and normal acceleration components. Ex. 2

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