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A particle has a constant acceleration of = (5.5 m/s2) + (3.7 m/s2) . At time t = 0, the velocity is zero and the position vector is 0 = (9.8 m).
(a) Find the velocity and position vectors as functions of time t.
(b) Find the equation of the particle's path in the xy plane.
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