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A particle moves along a circular path of radus 5 ft. If its position is teata=e^.5t (rad), where t is in seconds, determine the magnitude of
the particle's acceleration when theata = 90 degrees.

A particle moves along a circular path of radus 5 ft. If its position is teata=e^.5t (rad), where t is in seconds, determine the magnitude of
the particle's acceleration when theata = 90 degrees.