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A particle leaves the origin with an initial velocity = (6.91 ) m/s and a constant acceleration
= ( - 2.38 - 2.79 ) m/s2. When the particle reaches its maximum x coordinate, what are
(a) its velocity, (b) its position vector?

  • Physics -

    Do you think it's a good idea to dump your homework questions without showing us you know anything about solving them?

    Sure looks like cheating to me.

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    You've posted seven physics questions in a row.

    If you don't understand any of them, then I urge you to drop this class.

  • Physics -

    I completely agree with Ms Sue. I respond to a fair share of the physics questions here, and am reluctant to help students who dump a lot of questions and show no work or evidence of thought at all.
    Posting a lot of questions under different names, as some do, is unlikely to fool us.

    I am happy to explain out how to do some problems, but you will have to do the work and show what you have learned.

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