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Posted by mitch on Thursday, August 23, 2012 at 9:38pm.

The acceleration of a certain particle is a function of time: a(t) = pt^2-qt^3, where p and q are constants. Initially, the velocity and position of the particle are zero.
(a) What is the velocity as a function of time?
(b) What is the position as a function of time?

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