Velocity, Physics

Here are the positions at three different times for a bee in flight (a bee''s top speed is about 7 m/s).

time: 5.4 s 5.8 s 6.2 s
position:<-2.4,9.5,0>m <-0.7,6.8,0>m <0.7,3.0,0>

Using the best information available, what was the displacement of the bee during the time interval from 5.4 s to 5.42 s?
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