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State the unit associated with the following derivatives and state the physical meaning of each derivative. $w^{\prime}(t)$

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$w(t)$ tells us the average wing cord length of a $t$ weeks old Indian spotted owlet measured in millimeters.

Therefore, the unit that describes the growth rate of wing cord length of an owlet, $w'$ , is **millimeters per week** and it tells us how many millimeters has cord grown in a week.

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