Posted by **juan ** on Monday, February 20, 2012 at 5:19pm.

During a 5.00 s interval, a particle’s

coordinates change from x =10.0 m, y

=5.00 m to x =30.0 m, y = 5.00 m.

Assuming the particle’s velocity is

constant, what will its coordinates be

at the end of the next 5.00 s interval?

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