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- Homework Statement
- Consider object going through circular motion with radial acceleration = ##2m/s## and radius given by ##\frac{4}{2t+2}## Find arc length of object swept through the first two seconds.

- Homework Equations
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My working:

##s=\int v##

##v= \sqrt{\frac{a_{c}}{r}}=\sqrt{\frac{a_{c}}{\frac{4}{2t+2}}}##

##s= \int_{0}^{2} \sqrt{\frac{2}{\frac{4}{2t+2}}}##

My final answer seems to be wrong. Any ideas? Cheers

##s=\int v##

##v= \sqrt{\frac{a_{c}}{r}}=\sqrt{\frac{a_{c}}{\frac{4}{2t+2}}}##

##s= \int_{0}^{2} \sqrt{\frac{2}{\frac{4}{2t+2}}}##

My final answer seems to be wrong. Any ideas? Cheers