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# Find the curve's unit tangent vector: Also, find the length of the indicated portion of the curve. r(t) = 6t3; i + 23j - 318k 2<t<3The curve's unit ...

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###### Find the curve's unit tangent vector: Also, find the length of the indicated portion of the curve. r(t) = 6t3; i + 23j - 318k 2<t<3The curve's unit tangent vector is (Type an integer or a simplified fraction.Di-The length of the indicated portion of the curve is (Simplify your answer:)units

Find the curve's unit tangent vector: Also, find the length of the indicated portion of the curve. r(t) = 6t3; i + 23j - 318k 2<t<3 The curve's unit tangent vector is (Type an integer or a simplified fraction. Di- The length of the indicated portion of the curve is (Simplify your answer:) units  #### Similar Solved Questions

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