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A object is throw up with a speed of 25m/s. suppose that the gravity is 10m/s^2. Define the position and the velocity of the particle for the following times: 1second, 4second and 10second

Y(t) = 25 t  5 t^2
V(t) = 25  10 t
Jyst plug in the different times t and compute the corresponding values of y (position) and V (velocity).
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