The Motion Of A Particle Moving In A Circle In The X Y Plane Is Described By The

The motion of a particle moving in a circle in the x-y plane is described by the equations: r(t)=2.64, (t)=7.54t Where is the polar angle measured counter-clockwise from the + x-axis in radians, and r is the distance from the origin in m. Calculate the x-component of the velocity at the time 1.60 s?Because the angle theta increases linearly with time, the speed v is constant and is given by v = R d(theta)/dt Note: R is constant in the problem.Calculate the magnitude of the acceleration of the particle at the time 2.20 s? Calculate the x-component of the acceleration at the time 3.40s?

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