L Review ConstantsPart AThe velocity of a particle constrained to move alongthe x-axis as a function of time t is given by:If the particle is at x-2 m when t 0, what is its position at t 7to. You will not need the valueof to to solve any part of this problem. If it is bothering you, feel free to set to=v(t)-(17/to)sin(t/to)1 everywhere.Express your answer to 3 significant figures.View Available Hint(s)ν ΑΣφ?1.87mPrevious Answers Request AnswerSubmitIncorrect; Try Again; 3 attempts remaining

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L Review Constants
Part A
The velocity of a particle constrained to move along
the x-axis as a function of time t is given by:
If the particle is at x-2 m when t 0, what is its position at t 7to. You will not need the value
of to to solve any part of this problem. If it is bothering you, feel free to set to
=
v(t)-(17/to)sin(t/to)
1 everywhere.
Express your answer to 3 significant figures.
View Available Hint(s)
ν ΑΣφ
?
1.87
m
Previous Answers Request Answer
Submit
Incorrect; Try Again; 3 attempts remaining
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L Review Constants Part A The velocity of a particle constrained to move along the x-axis as a function of time t is given by: If the particle is at x-2 m when t 0, what is its position at t 7to. You will not need the value of to to solve any part of this problem. If it is bothering you, feel free to set to = v(t)-(17/to)sin(t/to) 1 everywhere. Express your answer to 3 significant figures. View Available Hint(s) ν ΑΣφ ? 1.87 m Previous Answers Request Answer Submit Incorrect; Try Again; 3 attempts remaining

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