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A particle moves so that its position (in meters) as a function of time in (in seconds) is r = I + 3.0 t^2 J+t K. Write expressions for its velocity and its acceleration as functions of time. Evaluate for t = 6.1 s. i-component of velocity?

j-component of velocity?

k-component of velocity?

i-component of acceleration?

j-component of acceleration?

k-component of acceleration?




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