Dynamics

A particle moving along a straight line is subjected to a deceleration a=-2v^3 m/s2.
If it has a velocity v=8 m/s and a position x=10 m when t=0, determine its velocity and position when t=4s.

I tried to integrate the deceleration equation, but it didn't work.

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