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A particle initially located at the origin has an acceleration of a= 5.00J^ m/s^2 and an initial velocity of v0= 8.00I^ m/s

A) Find the vector position at any time t where t is measured in seconds.

Find the vector velocity at any time t.

b) Find the coordinates of the particle at t=4.00s
x=
y=

Find the speed of the particle at this time

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    p(t)=p(0)+v*t + 1/2 a t^2
    = 8t i + 2.50t^2 j
    v(t)= v(0) + a*t= 8i+5.00 t j

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