1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A particle's velocity is described by the function [tex]v_x=kt^2 m/s[/tex], where k is a constant and t is in s. The particle's position at [tex]t_0[/tex]=0 is [tex]x_0[/tex] = -6.90 . At [tex]t_1[/tex]= 1.00, the particle is at [tex]x_0[/tex]= 8.70 . Determine the units of k in terms of m and s. 2. Relevant equations None 3. The attempt at a solution So I really have no idea what this question is asking. I tried integrating the velocity equation then solving for c and eventually k getting a value of 46.8. It's online homework and it wouldn't take that, even if I added m/s to the end. I am pretty sure what I tried isn't remotely close to what I am supposed to be doing. Any ideas?