Posted by **Benji** on Thursday, November 2, 2006 at 7:04pm.

A particle leaves its orgin with a velocity of 4 i m/s and a constant acceleration of (-2i + .5j) m/s^2. At the time the particle reaches its maximum X corrdinate a) what is its velocity? b) what is its position vector?

I'm not sure which equations i should use. I am confused by this problem

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