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| January 27, 2016

Find the velocity of a particle in terms of position given a function of acceleration

The acceleration of a particle is given by a=-k(s^2), where (a) is in meters per second squared, (k) is a constant, and s is in meters. Determine the velocity of the particle as a function of its position s. Evaluate your expression for s=5 meters if k= 0.1/(ms^2) and the initial conditions at time t=0 are (s not) = 3 meters and v(not)=10m/s

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