### Design a cam to move a follower at a constant velocity

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Design a cam to move a follower at a constant velocity of 100 mm/sec for 2 sec and then return to its starting position with a total cycle time of 3 sec. Hint: Use a two-segment polynomial to describe the follower displacement.

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