1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The location of a particle (in m) is given by its x, y and z coordinates as function of the time (in s) as: x = -33+29t and y = -11-27t+7t2 and z = 95-9t-5t2 What the magnitude of the object's acceleration at t = -10.00s? 3. The attempt at a solution Ok so im not sure how to do this. my friend was telling me you take the derivative of the three components but we haven't learned how to do that in calc yet. So im not sure how to do it. If I remember he was telling me you take the exponents and multiply it by the coeficent so fo x you get 0 + 29 and do that untill all the Ts are gone and then take the square root of it. Which doesent really make sense and I got the wrong answer when I did that. How do I solve this problem.