Suppose that the position vector for a particle is given as a function of time by (t) = x(t) + y(t), with x(t)?

Suppose that the position vector for a particle is given as a function of time by (t) = x(t) + y(t), with x(t) = at + b and y(t) = ct2 + d, where a = 1.70 m/s, b = 1.20 m, c = 0.122 m/s2, and d = 1.18 m.

(a) Calculate the average velocity during the time interval from t = 2.05 s to t = 4.05 s.

= v (vector arrow on top)

(b) Determine the velocity at t = 2.05 s

= v (vector arrow on top)

Determine the speed at t = 2.05 s.

=m/s

• (a) The position at t = 2.05 s is

i (1.70*2.05 + 1.20) m + j (0.122*2.05^2 + 1.18) m

The position at t = 4.05 s is

i (1.70*4.05 + 1.20) m + j (0.122*4.05^2 + 1.18) m

The displacement during the time interval from 2.05 s to 4.05 s is

i (1.70 * 2) m + j (0.122) (2) (6.1) m = i 3.4 m + j 1.4884 m

The average velocity is displacement/time = 1.7 m/s i + 0.744 m/s j

(b) v = i [ d(at + b) / dt ] + j [ d(ct^2 + d) / dt ]

= ia + 2jct = 1.7 m/s i + 0.5002 m/s j

(c) The "speed" in (b) is

sqrt(1.7^2 + 0.5002^2) = use calculator, should be about 1.8 m/s

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