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Homework Help: Calculus based physics

Posted by Jimmy on Monday, February 27, 2012 at 6:52pm.

A particle travels along a path described by the function y=0.2x^3. The exponent of velocity is given by vx=(5t^2)ft/s. When t=0, x=y=0, find the particle's distance from the origin and the magnitude of its acceleration when t=1s.

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