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## Homework Statement

Calculate the position vector of a particle moving with velocity given by:

v = (32 m/s - (5 m/s^2 )t i) + (0 j)

## Homework Equations

(x^(n+1) / (n+1) ) + C = antiderivative of function

## The Attempt at a Solution

r = (32t m - (5/2)t^2 m/s + C m i) + (C j)

Honestly, I'm just confused with the units more than anything. I don't know why the problem has m/s^2 if it's a velocity vector...