...what is the total distance one twin travels in this scenario: Initially there are two twins next to each other at t=0. One twin accelerates for 3.2 seconds at a constant acceleration rate of 74,948,114.5 \(m/s^2\), then travels at a constant velocity for 9.3 seconds, then decelerates to a zero velocity at a constant acceleration rate for 3.2 seconds. At exactly t=44.3 the twin starts his return journey home to his twin brother. He accelerates at a constant acceleration rate to a velocity of .8c, and it takes 3.2 seconds to get to that velocity, at which time he travels at that .8c velocity for 2,230,455,887.52 meters, and then decelerates at a constant acceleration rate for 3.2 seconds, to a zero velocity, where he meets his twin brother once again. What is the total distance of the journey? What is the total time of the journey?