Part AConstantsThe velocity of a particle constrained to move along the x-axis as a function oftime t is given by(t)-(19/to)sin(t/to)If the particle is at x-9 m when t 0, what is its position at t 8to. 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 1everywhereExpress your answerView Available Hint(s)to 3 significant figures.SubmitPrevious AnswerXIncorrect, Try Again; 5 attempts remainingPart BDenote instantaneous acceleration of this particle by a(t). Evaluate the expression 9 +v(0)ta(0)t2 /2 at t 8to. Note that v(0) and a(0) are the velocity and acceleration at timeExpress your answer to 3 significant figures.View Available Hint(s)

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Asked Feb 28, 2019
Part A
Constants
The velocity of a particle constrained to move along the x-axis as a function of
time t is given by
(t)-(19/to)sin(t/to)
If the particle is at x-9 m when t 0, what is its position at t 8to. 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 1
everywhere
Express your answer
View Available Hint(s)
to 3 significant figures.
Submit
Previous Answer
X
Incorrect, Try Again; 5 attempts remaining
Part B
Denote instantaneous acceleration of this particle by a(t). Evaluate the expression 9 +v(0)ta(0)t2 /2 at t 8to. Note that v(0) and a(0) are the velocity and acceleration at time
Express your answer to 3 significant figures.
View Available Hint(s)
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Part A Constants The velocity of a particle constrained to move along the x-axis as a function of time t is given by (t)-(19/to)sin(t/to) If the particle is at x-9 m when t 0, what is its position at t 8to. 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 1 everywhere Express your answer View Available Hint(s) to 3 significant figures. Submit Previous Answer X Incorrect, Try Again; 5 attempts remaining Part B Denote instantaneous acceleration of this particle by a(t). Evaluate the expression 9 +v(0)ta(0)t2 /2 at t 8to. Note that v(0) and a(0) are the velocity and acceleration at time Express your answer to 3 significant figures. View Available Hint(s)

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The velocity of the particle as a function of time t is given by,

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Integrating the above equation on both sides,

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