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Consider a 119.5 kg...

Consider a 119.5 kg object that moves from 0 m on the y-axis at 0 s to 19.2 m on the

y-axis at 56.4 s. You know that the object starts from rest at 0 s, and that it is acted on

by a net force that follows the function

F~

net = (c0ry + c1r

3

y

)ˆj,

where c0 = −33.7 N/m, c1 = 0.4 N/m3

, and ry is the y-component of the object’s

position. What must be the the magnitude of the object’s velocity at 56.4 s?

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