Part A

Vertical scale, 1 square = 1 m

x_{1} = 4.5 × 1 m = 4.5 m

x_{2} = 7 × 1 m = 7 m

x_{3} = 8.75 × 1 m = 8.8 m

x_{4} = 0 m

Part A

Find the object's positions x_{1}, x_{2}, x_{3}, and x_{4} at times t_{1} = 2.0 s, t_{2} = 4.0 s, t_{3} = 13 s, and t_{4} = 17 s.

Express your answer in meters to one significant figures, separated by commas.

Part B

Find the object's speeds v_{1}, v_{2}, and v_{3} at times t_{1} = 2.0 s, t_{2} = 4.0 s, and t_{3} = 13 s.

Express your answers in meters per second to two significant figures, separated by commas.

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