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1. Given acceleration of an object is given by

a(t) = 6t

and the intial velocity is 9 m/s

2. the general form we learned is

v(t) = -at + v0

3. so i guess

v(t) = -6t^2 + 9

is that right ? can i substitute 6t for a ...... or a(t) doesnt equal a

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