At t=0, a particle starts from rest at x=0, y=0, and moves in the x-y plane with an acceleration
a = (4.0 i + 3.0 j) m/s2. Assume t is in seconds. Determine the...
(a) x-component of velocity as a function of time t
(b) speed of the particle as a function of time t
(c) position of the particle as a function of time t
(d) x-component of velocity at 2.0 s
(e) y-component of velocity as a function of time t
(f) y-component of velocity at 2.0 s
(g) speed of the particle at 2.0 s
(h) position of the particle at 2.0 s
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