Find the velocity and acceleration of the slider, Mechanical Engineering

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The disk 3 shown in the figure rotates at a constant angular velocity ω3 = 2.0 rad/s.

A slider in a slot in the disk causes rod 2 to rotate.  When the slider is 1.0m from O3, find the relative (1) velocity and (2) acceleration of the slider with respect to the slot.

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