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A particle leaves the origin with an initial velocity v⃗ =(2.40m/s)x^, and moves with constant acceleration...

A particle leaves the origin with an initial velocity v⃗ =(2.40m/s)x^, and moves with constant acceleration a⃗ =(−1.90m/s2)x^+(3.20m/s2)y^.

How far does the particle move in the x direction before turning around?

What is the particle's velocity at this time?

Calculate the particle's position at t = 0.500 s, 1.00 s, 1.50 s, and 2.00 s. Use these results to sketch x and y positions versus time for the particle.

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