# Question A rocket is travelling along the path described by 2x) = 13. (1) with x and y in m. When it reaches point A where x 30 m, its speed is 66 m/s and it begins to accelerate along the path at a rate of mis? (where s is the arc length measured from Ainm) y = 60 Determine: a) [2] the exact (e. integers or rational numbers only) speed as a function of arc length s measured from point A mis b) [1] the exact (e integer or rational numbers only) radius of curvature as a function of x for x > 0 When the rocket reaches an x-coordinate of x = 70 m, it has traveled an arc length of approximately s = 41.57 mmeasured from point A (accurate to the number of sig digs displayed). Use this to determine... c) [1]... the tangential component of the acceleration at that instant: mi 0911 ... the normal component of the acceleration at that instant e) 10.5] .. the magnitude of the acceleration at that instant [1.5) ... the angle that acceleration vector makes in degrees measured clockwise relative to the positive x-axis: Check Last saved at 0.08:17 Previous page Finish attempt

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Transcribed Image Text: A rocket is travelling along the path described by 2x) = 13. (1) with x and y in m. When it reaches point A where x 30 m, its speed is 66 m/s and it begins to accelerate along the path at a rate of mis? (where s is the arc length measured from Ainm) y = 60 Determine: a) [2] the exact (e. integers or rational numbers only) speed as a function of arc length s measured from point A mis b) [1] the exact (e integer or rational numbers only) radius of curvature as a function of x for x > 0 When the rocket reaches an x-coordinate of x = 70 m, it has traveled an arc length of approximately s = 41.57 mmeasured from point A (accurate to the number of sig digs displayed). Use this to determine... c) [1]... the tangential component of the acceleration at that instant: mi 0911 ... the normal component of the acceleration at that instant e) 10.5] .. the magnitude of the acceleration at that instant [1.5) ... the angle that acceleration vector makes in degrees measured clockwise relative to the positive x-axis: Check Last saved at 0.08:17 Previous page Finish attempt
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Transcribed Image Text: A rocket is travelling along the path described by 2x) = 13. (1) with x and y in m. When it reaches point A where x 30 m, its speed is 66 m/s and it begins to accelerate along the path at a rate of mis? (where s is the arc length measured from Ainm) y = 60 Determine: a) [2] the exact (e. integers or rational numbers only) speed as a function of arc length s measured from point A mis b) [1] the exact (e integer or rational numbers only) radius of curvature as a function of x for x > 0 When the rocket reaches an x-coordinate of x = 70 m, it has traveled an arc length of approximately s = 41.57 mmeasured from point A (accurate to the number of sig digs displayed). Use this to determine... c) [1]... the tangential component of the acceleration at that instant: mi 0911 ... the normal component of the acceleration at that instant e) 10.5] .. the magnitude of the acceleration at that instant [1.5) ... the angle that acceleration vector makes in degrees measured clockwise relative to the positive x-axis: Check Last saved at 0.08:17 Previous page Finish attempt