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The equation of motion of a particle moving in a straight line is:

[tex]s = kv^2ln v[/tex]

wherekis a constant andvis the velocity. Find an equation that expresses the acceleration in terms of velocity.

I need some help on this problem. I'd post my work but I don't exactly have time, and I need to know how to do this by tomorrow morning.

The answer is [tex]a = \frac {1}{k(1+2ln v)}[/tex]

Thanks in advance, Warr

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