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A rocket is fired at an angle from the top of a tower of height = 50.1 m . Because of the design of the engines, its position coordinates are of the form x( t ) = A + Bt^{2} and y( t ) = C + Dt^{3}, where A, B, C
*, and D are constants. Furthermore, the acceleration of the rocket 1.60 s after firing is
a = (
4.10
i+
3.60
j)*

*Find the constant A.*

*At the instant after the rocket is fired, what is its acceleration vector?*

*What are the x- and y-components of the rockets velocity 15.1 s after it is fired?*

*What is the position vector of the rocket 15.1 s after it is fired?*

*Find the constant B.*

*Find the constant C.*

*Find the constant D.*

*At the instant after the rocket is fired, what is its velocity?*

*How fast is it moving 15.1 s after it is fired?*

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