1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data You must determine the acceleration of a rocket so that its equipment can be deisgned to survive. The rocket will have a burn time of t = 30secs, during which time it flies straight up with a constant acceleration a; call this "Phase 1" of the experiment. After the fuel is exhusted, the rocket will enter free-fall; call this "Phase 2". The total time of flight of the rocket must be T = 300secs. A) What should you make the acceleration of the rocket, a, when the engine is on? B) What is the maximum altitude of the rocket. 2. Relevant equations x=xo + vot + 1/2 at^2 3. The attempt at a solution I just started, but so far I am setting up the phase 1 variable chart. I am confused by the straight up part, does this mean that the change in x is 0? that would give me 3 0s on the x side of the chart.