Finding position from velocity with integration

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My answer was right, the answer of the software was wrong :D !

So this thread should be deleted.

THANKS!!
 
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position vector = [at - (bt^3)/3 + v_x(0)]i + [(ct^2)/2 + v_y(0)]j
position vector = [at - (bt^3)/3 + a]i + [(ct^2)/2]j
This however is the wrong answer and I don't know understand why?

out?
Your initial conditions for position are not your initial values for velocity.
 

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