Problem 4.605 of 12Constants | Periodic TableA particle of mass m, initially at rest at æ = 0, isaccelerated by a force that increases in time asF = Ct?.Part ADetermine its velocity v as a function of time.Express your answer in terms of the given quantities.nν ΑΣφRequest AnswerSubmitPart BDetermine its position a as a function of time. Problem 4.60A particle of mass m, initially at rest at æ = 0, isaccelerated by a force that increases in time asF = Ct?.%3D• Part BDetermine its position z as a function of time.Express your answer in terms of the given quantities.V ΑΣφRequest AnswerSubmitProvide FeedbackP Pearson

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Problem 4.60
5 of 12
Constants | Periodic Table
A particle of mass m, initially at rest at æ = 0, is
accelerated by a force that increases in time as
F = Ct?.
Part A
Determine its velocity v as a function of time.
Express your answer in terms of the given quantities.
nν ΑΣφ
Request Answer
Submit
Part B
Determine its position a as a function of time.
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Problem 4.60 5 of 12 Constants | Periodic Table A particle of mass m, initially at rest at æ = 0, is accelerated by a force that increases in time as F = Ct?. Part A Determine its velocity v as a function of time. Express your answer in terms of the given quantities. nν ΑΣφ Request Answer Submit Part B Determine its position a as a function of time.

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Problem 4.60
A particle of mass m, initially at rest at æ = 0, is
accelerated by a force that increases in time as
F = Ct?.
%3D
• Part B
Determine its position z as a function of time.
Express your answer in terms of the given quantities.
V ΑΣφ
Request Answer
Submit
Provide Feedback
P Pearson
help_outline

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Problem 4.60 A particle of mass m, initially at rest at æ = 0, is accelerated by a force that increases in time as F = Ct?. %3D • Part B Determine its position z as a function of time. Express your answer in terms of the given quantities. V ΑΣφ Request Answer Submit Provide Feedback P Pearson

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