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Asked Sep 10, 2019

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A particle is moving in 3D space, describedas x = 3t^{3}, y = 2t+5, z = t^{2}

Find the velocity vector of the particle as a function of time, using

i, j, k notation

Find the magnitude of the velocity as a function of time

Find the magnitude of the velocity when t = 4 sec

Find the acceleration vector as a function of time, using

i, j, k notation

Find the magnitude of acceleration when t = 4 sec

Step 1

Write the expression for the displacement of the particle in all the directions as given in the question.

Step 2

Write the expression for the displacement in vector form as mentioned below.

Step 3

Differentiate the above function wit...

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