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Show the complete solution. Determine the unit tangent vector (T), the unit normal vector (N), and...

Show the complete solution.

1. Determine the unit tangent vector (T), the unit normal vector (N), and the curvature of ?(?) = 2? ? + ?^2 ? – 1/3 ?^3 k at t = 1.

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